104 burnet street oakville

This is what a $3 million modern home steps from a lake looks like in Canada

The kitchen is what initially drew me to this house in Canada. It's simplicity and stark colours were captivating. 104 burnet street oakville

The sleek design, built-in appliances and the oversized waterfall island make it one of the more stunning kitchens I've seen. 104 burnet street oakvilleThe main floor is open concept with lots of natural light and soaring 24-foot ceilings that make the entire area feel expansive and airy. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThe dramatic floor-to-ceiling fireplace is also something to marvel at. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThe simple, minimalist colour pallet is seen throughout the home creating a sense of cohesion. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThe master suite is complete with an open-concept en suite with a free-standing tub, steam shower and a modern vanity with exquisite lighting. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThere are two other bedrooms have a Jack-and-Jill bathroom and a finished basement. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThe property is surrounded by big trees with lots of lawn space and a large patio. 

104 burnet street oakvilleThe nice finishing touch on this home is the heated garage and the fact that it's a block away from Lake Ontario. 104 burnet street oakville

Good For

Lovers of minimalist design. 104 burnet street oakville

Move On If

You want more character and white and grey only colour scheme can seem cold and unwelcoming. 104 burnet street oakville

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