Property Details

  • Beds 2
  • Property Type Single Family
  • Neighborhood Revelstoke
  • Stories Bungalow
  • Baths 2
  • Year Built 1957/Approx.
  • Style Detached

James Strutt is one of Ottawa’s most celebrated Mid-Century Modern architects and the c.1957 Hall House is one of his earlier works. This compact house takes inspiration from the Prairie Style of architecture and is composed of a central pavilion and a bedroom wing. Large expanses of windows infuse the interior with natural light and views of the generous lot. The current owner has improved the house in a style that is sensitive to the original spirit of the design. An island kitchen has Silestone counters and modern luxuries such as a drawer dishwasher, Fisher & Paykel appliances, and a full-size wine fridge. The living and dining rooms are notably large, have great flow, and lend themselves to entertaining or casual lounging. The second bedroom was originally 2 rooms divided by a screen but is now an L-shaped space. The main bath and ensuite have been renovated. A practical mud room and built-in storage throughout the house are notable features. The corner lot has walled gardens, a shed and gazebo.

Utilities

  • Heating - Forced Air Natural Gas
  • AC - Central Air Conditioning
  • Fireplaces - 1 - Gas

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