Jesse Sahlani’s Forestview Bungalow design is positioned on a large lot in a prestigious node of Newmarket. The home’s driveway and footprint are carved out of a heavily wooded lot, the natural beauty of which cannot be understood through the photography.
The result is a stunningly large bungalow that has grand proportions without being too forwardly opulent in relation to its surroundings. The exterior stone was selected specifically to soften the modernity of the home by adding in a slightly rustic texture that is paired with sleek fluted wood siding accents, concrete panels, and crisp exterior aluminum details
While it may not be obvious at first, the proportions of this home are huge, including a main floor that covers 5,000 square feet of living space with soaring 12 and 13 foot high ceilings, and a fully finished basement of the same size.
When you enter the home you are met with full height wainscotting panels throughout the foyer, ambient lighting tucked behind elegant cove ceiling details, and warm dark herringbone hardwood floors.
The luxury gas fireplace in the great room features a hand selected bookmatched marble creating a truly magnificent focal point, complimented by the coffered ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, eclectically placed persian rugs, and comfort focused furniture.
The juxtaposition created by the plush and warm interior and the clean-lined modern exterior is one that anyone can appreciate, and we believe that it breaks the mould in a comfortable, timeless, and fashionable way.