In the New

Stop the presses; Dhillon Con­struc­tion fea­tures a widely func­tional in­fill of bright mod­ern in­te­ri­ors, pre­mium fin­ishes, and ter­rific value.

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Launch­ing Dhillon Con­struc­tion with his fa­ther in 2008, Har­min­der Dhillon and his wife Vickey, find fo­cus with the in­fill and cus­tom home mar­ket in Cal­gary. “Our at­ten­tion to de­tail and qual­ity crafts­man­ship is what we are known for in creat­ing highly ef­fi­cient uses of space,” shares Har­min­der Dhillon. “What we em­pha­size is max­i­miz­ing the use of avail­able liv­ing space in our builds.”

Ex­hibit­ing over 2,700 square feet on three de­vel­oped lev­els in Cal­gary’s north­west, easy ac­cess to the moun­tains was an the at­ti­tude Dhillon Con­struc­tion in­cor­po­rated into the façade with stone fin­ishes that blend with a mod­ern styling. “The ledge stone se­lected was more nat­u­rally vivid than most, and in the in­te­rior we opted for a tran­si­tional look that op­ti­mizes the floor plan’s thought­ful use of space,” ex­plains Dhillon. “Visi­tors com­ment on how spa­cious the in­fill’s in­te­ri­ors feel. The lay­out was de­signed to max­i­mize square footage and we did that by plac­ing the stair­case at the side for un­ob­structed flows,” shares Dhillon. Po­si­tion­ing the kitchen at the rear of the home fur­ther elim­i­nated dead space with the great room, din­ing room, and kitchen tran­si­tion­ing flu­idly on the open main level.

Glass railings were used in the stair­case to en­hance clear views and to pro­mote a light­ness in the dé­cor. De­signed for a young fam­ily with its open con­cept de­sign, three be­d­rooms up­stairs and one down ac­com­mo­date chil­dren at ev­ery age with dual sinks in the main up­stairs bath host­ing slightly lower coun­ter­tops to ac­com­mo­date young fam­ily mem­bers. “We aligned the be­d­rooms up­stairs front to back, af­ford­ing max­i­mum square footage in each room, plus the dual sky­light above the stair­case il­lu­mi­nates sec­ond story flows that also host nine-foot ceil­ings,” adds Dhillon.

The spa­cious gourmet kitchen fea­tures a large is­land with ca­sual seat­ing, ideal for en­ter­tain­ment and din­ner par­ties. Down­stairs, the wet bar ser­vices the spa­cious rec room area. “We dili­gently re­searched row homes to de­ter­mine the best use of avail­able space. This style of home has been around for cen­turies and there is much one can learn about op­ti­miz­ing lay­outs for a con­ven­tional life­style,” cites Dhillon.

Lo­cated in Mont­gomery, the area of­fers moun­tain es­capes to the west with a lot of res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ment cur­rently un­der way and the con­ve­nience of the Mar­ket Mall, hos­pi­tals, and the Univer­sity of Cal­gary. “Peo­ple really re­spond to the qual­ity of fin­ishes and a great kitchen, which is per­fect for the at-home chef with abun­dant space for friends and fam­ily to gather,” says Dhillon. “The main level is the real at­trac­tion with the three-sided fire­place and abun­dant nat­u­ral light. It all comes to­gether with front-fac­ing es­carp­ment views.”

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Pho­tos by Mike Hey­wood - Stu­dio 1826

A hand­some ex­te­rior of acrylic stucco blends with Rocky Moun­tain ledge stone and black Long­board (alu­minum) siding for en­tic­ing curb ap­peal.

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