Fire signals rebirth into Tommie Home of Year

Villa Sogno, the 6,980-square-foot Tuscan-style house, has three master suites, four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two powder rooms, gym, cinema room, custom elevator and pool.
Posted: Saturday, February 6, 2016 6:15 am

Villa Sogno rose phoenix like from the rubble of a house that was burned in the 2003 fire.
“When we began building, we hit loads of burned rubbish and were forced to excavate 20-25 feet down and back-fill again,” said Hamid Khajavi of Pars Construction, the company started by his father, Amir, in 1988.
But the results were dazzling and won the Canadian Home Builders Association, Central Okanagan, grand Tommie for Home of the Year, as well as gold awards for excellence in single family detached home $1.5M-$2M, and excellence in kitchen design (new home) $65K-$150K.

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