20 Elaine Lennox Court

The Film

The Photography

Backing onto Rouge Valley, this modern build by ATA Architects stands out in this Scarborough Residence.

A photography of the exterior of the property. A cube shaped home backing onto Rouge Valley.

Walking in through the foyer, you are overcome by feelings of weightlessness, due to the bright and airy feel of the white walls coupled with the light wood floor to ceiling cabinetry.

A shot of the foyer. Bright and airy space with floor to ceiling cabinetry as closet space.


A view of the living space from the foyer.

The majority of the exterior views showcase the surrounding greenery, which makes perfect sense considering this home backs onto Canada’s largest urban park.

The dining room with a view of the greenery through the window.

One of my favourite things about this property is it’s use of modern pillars that clearly differentiate each space from the other while still maintaining an open concept feeling.

An angled view of the kitchen and the breakfast area.
A one point perspective shot from the living space facing the dining area.
A one point perspective from in between the two kitchen islands to the backyard doors. Looking through the backyard door windows you get a great view of all the greenery.
A portrait shot of the butler's kitchen.

Butler’s Kitchen.

Cause why not?

The living room.

According to the Realtor a family of deers frequent the area just beyond your backyard fence which makes for a beautiful moment in time for those who are lucky enough to see it.

A one point perspective of the living room emphasizing the surrounding greenery.

Master Bedroom.

The master ensuite. This room is divided into two sections by one large pillar. On one side of the room there's a couch facing the tv and the fire place and on the other side of the room is the bed.

Once again, the architects use of pillars really helps create a distinct separation between the two sides of the space without compromising the open floor vibe.

Another shot of the master bedroom.
A portrait detail shot of the master ensuite. The focus of this image is on the tub, the stand up shower and the marble floors and walls.

Master Ensuite.

A portrait detail shot of the vanity in the master ensuite.

Couple’s Vanity.

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Jagged Lens is a photography & marketing company based out of the Greater Toronto Area. Specializing in real estate photography, Realtor headshots, and real estate marketing solutions.

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