407 33 Avenue SW Calgary

This is what a $3 million modern home in Calgary looks like

Right on top of a ridge overlooking Roxboro park and downtown Calgary is this beautiful modern home. 

The home itself boast over 3,000 square-feet of living space and the surrounding property is expansive. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe exterior is boxy and almost jigsaw like but each aspect of the home is there to accentuate the views. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe interior is contemporary and bright with gigantic floor-to-ceiling windows. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryMy favourite space is the upper-level which has great high ceilings, lots of natural light and is made for entertaining. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe living area has a fireplace and a second bar / kitchen so you can easily host upstairs. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe master suite is sumptuous with a wood-burning fire place and a spa-like en suite bathroom. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe main level has the kitchen and dining areas. The kitchen is stylish and sleek with stainless steel appliances. 

407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryThe breakfast nook is in a sunroom overlooking the garden and I can't think of a better way to start your day.  

407 33 Avenue SW CalgarySpecs 
407 33 Avenue SW CalgaryGood For

The views. 407 33 Avenue SW Calgary

Move On If

You want more privacy. There's a lot of giant windows. 407 33 Avenue SW Calgary

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Sotheby's International Realty


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