Intelligent design in an open-concept layout create natural flow and order in Kensington Homes’ Cedarview model show home at 11 Larry Vickar Drive.
A gold award-winner in the Fall Parade of Homes, the two-storey home in west Transcona is tailor-made for family living, with a spacious kitchen and seven-foot island with breakfast bar that brings everyone together in a bright core space.
Open to the dining room and great room, the kitchen’s subway-tile backsplash, acres of maple cabinetry and built-in pantry unit are complemented by Black Forest oak laminate flooring and large windows that flood the space with natural light.
A central staircase provides separation between the great room and the spacious foyer on the main level, and between the master suite and children’s bedrooms on the second level. A large loft at the top of the stairs provides a welcoming bonus space that can easily be converted to a fourth bedroom or home office adjacent to the three-piece family bath with a maple vanity. And the large master suite is a private retreat that’s built for comfort, with its own three-piece ensuite and a roomy walk-in closet that measures more than 10-feet by five-feet.
The attached double garage opens onto a mudroom, right next to a neatly hidden enclosed laundry room with a built-in broom closet, and there’s a powder room tucked away off the mudroom and next to the foyer, which has its own storage closet next to the front door.
Ideal for busy families right now, the Cedarview is also adaptable for growing families, with a lower-level rec-room, optional third three-piece bath and generous-sized bedroom with double closet.
Located in the well-established community of Transcona, Devonshire Village is still growing, with planned parks, including an off-leash dog park, pedestrian-friendly greenspaces, a sustainable low-impact storm management system and easy access to active transportation routes, all within a stone’s throw of the Regent Avenue shopping and entertainment district.