Current Projects: Fleming Avenue
It's been a while since we posted anything about our Fleming Avenue project. Things have progressed nicely. The main floor at the back of the house is elevated well above grade. The house has a full height basement walkout. As you can see here, we added a small addition to the main floor that projects out four feet from the existing back wall.
The addition is really no larger than a big bay window.
But, clearly, a little bit can go a long way. The extra four feet that this bay window provides will allow us to completely transform the layout of the main floor. This small extension is the key to how the kitchen is designed, how the new island will be situated, how the living/family room will be configured and how the dining space has been relocated.
All of these changes have been made possible because of the four extra feet.
This is a perfect example of what we envision when we use the term transitional.
Many of the homes that we work on are on the narrower side, from 16' to 25' in width.
Many neighbourhoods throughout Toronto are experiencing the effects of tear downs.