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Covenant Foundation Lottery House Offers Cottage Lifestyle

“There’s a lot of imagination in the custom features built into the 2022 dream home,” says Nathan Drennan, of Hillview Master Builder.

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Looking for a gorgeous cottage retreat? Well, who said you had to go to Banff or Jasper to find it?

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Instead, you can just step into the owner’s suite at this impressive southwest Edmonton lottery house where the stone walls and wood-beamed ceiling transport you to a mountain retreat that easily rivals the best of them.

Then add the home’s 5,374 square feet: four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a botanical room, a home theater, and a laundry room so attractive you won’t worry about that chore anymore.

“There’s a lot of imagination in the custom features built into the 2022 Dream Home,” said Nathan Drennan of Hillview Master Builder, who built the 2022 Covenant Foundation Lottery Grand Prize. whose kitchen connects to the botanic room, creating a bright and quiet space that extends to the courtyard and the master bedroom.We also placed the windows high so that the winner can admire the view of the neighborhood green space, while enjoying privacy.

Done in a modern farmhouse style, with French country touches added, this $2.2 million home in Jagare Ridge features soft archways, wooden beams, and a black, white, and cream color scheme.

“We’re confident we’ve brought an eclectic combination of French and country styles to a functional space that feels lived in and relaxed,” said Marie Hebson, owner of Interiors By Design Inc., who designed the home. “From Shou Sugi Ban-inspired beams to bold black countertops and a tumbled stone fireplace, this home is sure to appeal to all the senses.”

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The downstairs owner’s suite is separate from the rest of the house and includes a spacious bathroom with eye-catching double seashell like Kohler sinks and a walk-in closet with its own island; Furnished in a more modern style, they complement the cottage retreat feel of the bedroom, which has a softer, more relaxed feel, thanks in part to the German schmear technique used to soften the floor-to-ceiling stone walls. .

Elsewhere on the ground floor, and upstairs for that matter, the house has a bold feel. The black countertops, also used as a backsplash in the kitchen, have white veins all over them giving them a hint of a striped look.

The floor, meanwhile, is multifunctional. There’s a bonus room, the aforementioned exquisite laundry area – sequestered by dramatic black exterior bifold doors – and an office/den that echoes the American period drama TV series Mad Men, but it feels more like 2022 than the 1960s period the show was set in.

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There are also two intriguing bedroom takes: in one the bed is enclosed in its own space while the other gets gothic glamor with gargoyle wings on one wall and a gothic mural on another, and faux hanging ropes – there for the look rather than the actual support – give the illusion of a floating bed. The other bedroom has a slightly more princess style with the bed surrounded by whimsical joinery.

“Each year our goal is to build a home that everyone would love to live in so that we can sell as many tickets as possible and make a big difference to Gray Nuns and Misericordia Community Hospitals,” said Al Hebert of Hillview Master Builder.

This year’s lottery funds will support specialty care, advanced equipment, research and programming in hospitals. Part of the funds will be used to purchase two new ultrasound scanners for Misericordia.

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“These ultrasounds will improve the way we assess and treat patients in our outpatient clinics and intensive care unit, which has the potential to free up space in the emergency department and speed up the diagnosis and treatment of intensive care patients at the bedside,” said Dr. Ella Rokosh. , medical director and deputy chief physician of Misericordia.

THE DETAILS

Covenant Foundation Lottery 2022: Offering over $2.2 million in prizes to support Covenant Health facilities.

Dream Home Grand Prize: At 140 Hays Ridge SW in Jagare Ridge.

Viewing hours: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays; weekends and public holidays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Buy your tickets: Main draw tickets start at $100. For Festive Dream Dollars and Split 50 tickets or information on deadlines and more, visit covenantfoundationlottery.ca. By phone: 780-944-2774 or 1-888-944-2774 toll free.

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