This French inspired home is located at 124 Maple Grove Drive in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. It was built by Grand Estate Homes and is situated on a heavily wooded 1 acre lot. It boasts 9,731 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2-story living room, formal dining room, study, family room, fabulous Clive Christian gourmet kitchen with white marble floors, butler’s pantry, mud room, patio, recreation room with bar, gym with spa, wine cellar, home theater and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $6,998,000.

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  • Sam

    I love these style of homes, there so enchanting looking and very common in the Toronto area. The interior looks clean and crisp especially the kitchen which is a favorite for me. The price is quite fair, despite the fact it looks pretty small from the outside.




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  • matt c.

    Very well done.




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  • Iemand

    I hate the ceilings in the theater and the landing (that’s the correct name?), and there’s way to much white, some of the rooms (living room, family room etc.) look quite small. Other then that, it’s quite good.

    The panic room is useless.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. Exterior is decent, but not worth the anywhere near the asking price. For $7 million, I’d want something more than a cozy or quaint home. Living room looks oddly narrow. Kitchen is beautiful, but I would have liked to see some contrast in the cabinets or countertops; marble floor is stunning though. Family room exhibits the oddness of most Canadian homes.




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  • Grrrowler

    To my eye, the proportions of the front are all wrong. The stone work looks nice, but the roof line is wonky, and the scale of the windows is off. Some of the interior is nice, but other parts not so much. I like most of the main floor rooms, although the kitchen is way too white for me; I’d need sunglasses to work in there. The marble is beautiful however. The living room looks nice. I actually like that it’s not too big. I don’t like that the family room is separated from the kitchen by the living room.

    The upstairs floorplan looks OK, but I don’t understand why the elevator isn’t closer to the staircase. To me it just makes sense to have them near each other. I also hate the ceiling in the second floor gallery.

    I don’t care for the basement level at all. So many new-build houses in Seattle…actually, on the eastside in Bellevue and those areas…have basement spaces like this house has. The “entertainment room” is just a big cavernous space that will rarely get used. The bedroom has, as best, one very small window. The panic room is a joke. How are the people on the top floor supposed to get to the panic room two flights down without the intruders seeing or hearing them? There are four bedrooms up there, and I doubt 5 or more people will fit in the elevator, which the intruders would probably hear anyway. I guess you’re supposed to put the child you love the most (or the one with the strongest family genes) in the basement bedroom next to the panic room.




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  • Mak

    Too much white (again). I’m especially turned off by the kitchen floor choice. I think the floor is marble, and if it is, it will be hell. Same thing for the downstairs rec room. And unless its got radiant heating, its going to be cold as all get out.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This home has a lot of promise. It’s all white as-is, so obviously that needs to be corrected. I really think this place would have benefited from hardwood flooring and a rich, dark wood for the cabinetry in the kitchen…that would’ve gone a long way toward reducing how white the place seems as a whole. I actually like the exterior…The front-load garage is a no-no, but other than that it looks cozy; a nice antidote to the loud obnoxious homes that Toronto has so many of.

    Looking at the plans for the first floor, they look okay but I would actually shuffle around the names and uses for the rooms…The room they label a study would become the formal living room, and the study would be where they say the family room is, leaving the current living room to serve as the family room. In my opinion, the family room should almost always be adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast area…it just works better flow-wise and makes more sense in the general scheme of how people tend to use their living spaces. I could make all those changes without actually changing how the house was built, but if I could alter the physical layout, I would take a couple feet off of the width of the room at the rear left, and add it to the living room (or family room, as I would use it).




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  • Venom

    Forward facing garage doors on a $7 million house, absolutely not.
    The blinding white everywhere is wow. This is definitely not a house for kids or animals.
    I absolutely detest the ceilings in the theater and at the top of the staircase. If I bought this house I would rip those out five minutes after closing.




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  • Nancy Ross

    What a beautiful property! Love all the details it has, home theatre, Spa, huge entertainment room, etc. A dream home to represent! http://freehomeevaluation.biz/oakville-real-estate/




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