Notting Hill was designed to be impressive from all angles because the home’s sides face the street or are adjacent to a golf cart path and putting green. As one moves around the home, the architecture reveals intricate structural designs such as large cantilevers, soaring vaults and a hidden garage. The uniquely varied exterior transfers directly to the home’s interior spaces. Accomplishing these features on a complex site without compromising the home’s breathtaking views proved an exciting challenge.
This dynamic 4500 square foot custom west coast contemporary home was a 2019 Vancouver Island Care Award winner, that’s boasts a large hidden display garage visible to a state of the art media and entertainment area, exercise gym, 4 bedrooms, with master suite with spacious ensuite and large walk in closet.
Architectural features include full height tapered rock columns with accented wood trim and soffits, and an angled living room cantilevered over hidden display garage providing high impact street appeal.
Creativity lies within the abstract yet cohesive floor plan, soaring vaulted ceilings focus views over a golf course putting green and mountain vistas. The open to below area specifically captures exterior vistas as well as impressive interior impact upon entrance to living space.
The varied slope and vaulted ceilings further accentuate the interior spaces which are open and airy and flow naturally throughout the home which have been strategically designed to provide natural light and interest.
The front elevation is balanced, with the porte-cochere centered between vaulted roofs on either side, while the exterior side elevation has opposing vaulted roofs originating from the vertical stair tower creating an interesting and impressive facade.
This truly one of a kind custom home was built by well known, and award winning Terry Johal Developments. Photo credit to Vince Klassen Photography.