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Unlike most residents, this occupant has made relatively few changes--and notably none of these structural--to her home. With the exception of the dishwasher and washer and dryer units, which she purchased and installed, all of her appliances are originals, supplied by the CMHC (Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation). A kitchen, living room and eating area occupy the unit's main floor. Oriented in typical galley style, the kitchen is located at the far end of the residence and separated from the combined living room/dining room area by a dividing wall. These images, taken from the living room, show the lower level's ensuite terrace with views back to the city.

                 Living room

      Corridor to kitchen

      View to balcony

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