Reynolds Street

This home sits on one of the last empty lots from the original downtown Oakville survey. Accessible by a small laneway just big enough for a car. Sorry, no trucks! The exterior is detailed in typical empire loyalist period architecture with painted columns, stucco and copper drain pipes. The interior could be termed French provincial with a neutral colour scheme that is brightened more so with the large, lake-facing, windows. Antique fireplaces and blond maple floors harken back to another epoque. Wrought iron railings punch through the blond colours as they “dance” up the stairs and continue playfully across the balcony. In the great room, a large chandelier anchors the center of the home and glistens with decorative glass as the sun ignites the crystal. The open plan unifies the entire home around the great room and balcony above making the home feel cozy and expansive at the same time.