I checked out this house today at the open house. Architecturally speaking, it is very nicely done and very intriguing. The original architect did a lot to maximize the views and get as much light as possible into the wide but shallow lot. As well, lots of non-orthogonal walls and little “cut out areas” delight and surprise the senses. The house has sense of wonder as the tourer “discovers” each unique space after the next.
Somebody just redid all the bathrooms and the kitchen. The finishes I felt were not bad. Not great, but not bad. Somebody got a deal on those square-style Duravit toilets and went crazy with them. The floating bathroom vanities look nice, but fell down in execution as the handles/drawers felt cheap. As well, the mirrors in the bathrooms should have gone all the way to the ceilings instead of stopping 2’ short.
The hardwood — which seems to be quarter and rift sawn white oak - is nicely done … but on the main floor only. The upper floor (one bedroom) is carpet, and the lower floor (2 more bedrooms) is also carpet.
The master bathroom has a new slipper tub and a new Duravit toilet, but the original shower was not redone and felt like it could fit a 5’5" woman and no more. The original electric blue tile remains - yuk.
The kitchen is nice - of course quartz counters — Leibherr fridge / square recessed lights.
Some weird details — the bottom floor has a separate wall heater in the bathroom (instead of being tied into the central furnace) and that bathroom has 7’ ceilings. Master closet has a doorway that’s probably no more than 28" wide.
My guess is that it will go for 2.2 - 2.3M.