Taking the beach as its inspiration, Upper Beach Manors melds a calming presence with elegance and practicality.
Located at Gerrard Street East and Main at the northern edge of The Beach neighbourhood, Upper Beach Manors embraces its fun-loving Eastern Toronto side while maintaining a sense of quiet luxury throughout its 28 luxury townhome units.
Interior designer Enid MacIntosh of design firm Bryon Patton & Associates, says her goal with the spacious 1,850 square-foot townhome model suite was to elicit both the serene and the stimulating throughout the unit.
“I think there should be a sense of calm and excitement at the same time. You can see the personality varies in each room,” MacIntosh said.
While the spare bedrooms of the model suite feature a strong, vibrant colour palette the master bedroom is an oasis of elegance with cooler, unified tones and a gorgeous spa bathroom complete with a six-foot-long deep soaker tub and porcelain flooring.
A soft palette of shades from sand and sea dominates the suite with yellowy creams gently blending with wasabi-turquoise highlights, accented with bright punches of colour.
The marble foyer, granite countertops, rich dark wood flooring and beautiful millwork throughout on stairs and handrails reveals an elegant approach to classic good looks.
“We definitely chose things that have a really solid, classic, cleaner look,” MacIntosh said.
The model suite’s 1,850 square feet offer a generous amount of space meant not only to impress but to truly provide an immensely practical amount of living room MacIntosh expects people will make full use of.
“It’s a very liveable space that’s well laid out, so you can really live in it. People want that room to collect, expand and live,” MacIntosh said.
Other suites range in size up to 2,060 square feet and prices run from $499,900 to $622,900 and all suites at the development were built without presales, meaning you can see exactly what you’re getting and move in within 60 days.
For more information, visit www.upperbeachmanors.com.
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