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"More than three decades ago, Natasha Smardenka’s parents put down roots at a cottage in The Blue Mountains. Summer escapes and ski weekends slowed down as the kids got older, leaving the cottage unused and in rough condition."
"The couple always embraced the practice of having a house that suited their current needs. As recent retirees spending much of their time travelling, and having sold their Craigleith chalet, they knew they still needed a home base. They also needed space when their two grown daughters, Stef and Natalie, came to visit."
"On the main floor, the front foyer opens into an open-concept kitchen, dining room and living room with 20-foot cathedral ceilings held up by pine king post trusses. Because this style of truss eliminates the need for vertical supports, the effect is open and airy, in keeping with the longhouse style."
"The ingenuity of this Nipissing Ridge home begins with its reverse floor plan. Bedrooms are on the ground level and the main living space and kitchen are on the second floor. It ensures the Menendez family enjoys incredible views of Craigleith and Alpine ski hills, as well as Georgian Bay and its surroundings from the upper floor windows..."
"Not far from the four-bedroom home is the Legendary Group shop in Collingwood. A hive of year-round activity, Legendary Group is a leading-edge manufacturer of prefabricated custom homes. Inside that shop is founder Milan Smeh, a civil engineering alumnus of Martin’s at Western University. Together the duo developed a pared-down white-on-wood modern design..."
Our Homes Feature
Ski Season 2013
"The anticipation that builds after seeing your home’s log walls stacked one upon the next and the ends dovetailed neatly together in the yard at Legendary Logcrafters Ltd. is a little like picking up your ski pass before the snow flies: you know what’s around the corner and you can hardly wait."
Our Homes Feature
Spring Season 2011
"Milan Smeh smiles as he describes the style of his home. “I guess you’d call it a hybrid of styles,” he says. “It has the look of a Victorian castle or a medieval fortress. I love the combination of wood and stone. You can see it in my construction.”"