Single storey back addition w/ basement, and interior and exterior renovations.
Backing onto Etobicoke Creek.
This project involved demolishing the existing roof and front and back brick walls for basically a total gut job and almost full tear down. All that was left were the existing foundations and two small existing side exterior brick walls. A new addition was put on the back adjoining the existing foundations, all new interiors, and new front exterior wall of house. A new front entrance was designed and relocated, and all new windows & door openings. The interior was totally changed via all of the existing interior partitions being removed, with a new design layout made for the first floor and basement floor plan. The interiors include a cathedral ceiling in the great room, three new washrooms, new kitchen, mudroom and laundry room with a special dog wash area, 2 basement bedrooms, basement bar and rec. room area. Exterior Stone, stucco and brick.
Building Permit was obtained, as well as Toronto Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) Approval. Project had Ravine By-laws to deal with, & tree protection requirements. There were site area clarifications done for the city and MPAC of which we proved that the site area, and “table land” were larger then registered on the MPAC assessment and therefore no C of A hearing was required and we were within zoning!!
This is a view of the back of the new house facing the Etobicoke Creek. The owner in the door way.
The left side behind the chairs I had proposed more stone to balance the window on the right and to mimic the
fire place stone on the interior, but was overruled by the client. Worth the discussion anyway I think.
Inside the “Great Room” with fire place with glimpse out the doorway to the forest
of the ravine of the Etobicoke Creek.
New kitchen in the great room.
The new gas fireplace in the great room.
Ceiling in the main entry hall.
New powder room. Every room in the house is newly created.
First floor and basement Plan