Contemporary home top prize in STARS Lottery (video)

The Stars Lottery 2011 grand prize home in Red Deer has cosmopolitan attitude.

The Stars Lottery 2011 grand prize home features include a memorable master bedroom

The Stars Lottery 2011 grand prize home features include a memorable master bedroom



The Stars Lottery 2011 grand prize home in Red Deer has cosmopolitan attitude.

The home at 4 Sorensen Close in Southbrook, built by Mason Martins Homes, is valued at $900,000 retail.

The sophisticated 2,600-square-foot, three-bedroom home with two-and-a-half baths, is one of four new STARS grand-prize homes in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer and Lethbridge.

Dwayne Eagleson, Mason Martin operations manager, called the Red Deer home “contemporary and very modern.”

“We thought we could go this way, to do something different and bring some new designs into Red Deer. You don’t see a lot of this in our general market,” Eagleson said.

The two-storey home has an open concept layout, with a 5.7-metre (19-foot) ceiling in the living room and a dramatic floor-to-ceiling fireplace. Metal mesh stair railing adds an industrial detail.

The kitchen boasts quartz countertops, a walk-through pantry, and stainless steel appliances including an island induction cooktop with a pop-up downdraft hood fan.

The memorable master bedroom has a spa-like bathroom with a tiled, jetted tub, his and her sinks with quartz countertops, and a custom-tiled, door-less, walk-through shower.

A bonus room on the second floor has a bar and a private deck.

A den is located on the main floor, along with a convenient laundry room.

An attached, double car garage is accessed from the back of the property.

This Built Green home comes furnished, including all appliances, window coverings, décor, and landscaping.