Inspired by a wide variety of architectural styles, the Yorkdale is truly unique. The hipped roof and nearby decorative corbels recall the best designs of the 1920s, while the mix of straight and curving lines and the stucco and stone add contemporary flavor and visual interest. A cameo window near the large front door adds street appeal. Windows also dominate the rear exterior, which features vast expanses of glass in the form of oversized windows that look out over the large backyard as well as inviting upper and lower screen porches, both of which measure more than 300 square feet. Once inside, this handsome home doesn’t disappoint. From the centrally located entryway, the main floor leads to more than 3,600 square feet of living space, with public spaces located on the right and more private areas to the left. The right side of the house includes an open-plan taupe and white kitchen that combines touches of the modern and traditional and dark and light finishes as well as attractive wide-planked floors and a convenient two-level island. Other enviable features include a wet bar perfect for entertaining, a storage-rich walk-in pantry, and a convenient nearby home management area. The nearby living room is equally dramatic, with the same light and dark combination featured in the tile-lined fireplace and curved wooden ceiling. Private spaces to the left include a spacious master bedroom suite with a large bath, his and hers walk-in closets, and a cozy sitting room. Additional family-friendly bedrooms are on the 1,200-square-foot upper level, which includes two large bedroom suites, an optional third bedroom bunk area and a casual loft living space. The guest bedroom is located on the 2,600-square-foot lower level, which also houses an exercise room, a family room with a nearby kitchenette, a home office, games area and home theater.