I’m so excited, because I have been DYING to know more about this home ever since I seen it while looking on Bing Maps. And what do you know? It just went on the market!! So, as you see, 3 massive mansions have hit the market in Canada in less than a week (2 in Bridle Path and this one). Pretty amazing, huh? This 41,684 square foot mega mansion is located at 1903 Chemin Bord-du-lac in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was built in 2004 and is situated on the shores of Deux Montagnes Lake (or Lake of Two Mountains). It boasts 9 bedrooms, 9 full and 5 half bathrooms, a massive 2-story foyer with gorgeous double staircase, a library, game room, playroom, gym, nanny suite, wine cellar, an indoor swimming pool, a subterranean garage, and much much more. It is listed at $27,000,000, which is exceptionally reasonable. I absolutely love everything about this home. The exterior is breathtaking. What do you think?!

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

The building consists “of a main body” and Two Wings. The main body features an elevator, a vast den facing the lake and the monumental staircase leading to the first floor.

On the ground floor, the Western wing accommodates the immense dining room, the den, the kitchen & the dinette, and a large pool | spa with sliding doors opening onto the terraces and the lake.

The Eastern wing houses an exceptional reception room with a separate entrance, a professional kitchen, a vast terrace, a garage, library, office, billiard room and the maid’s rooms.

Immense tiered terraces go all the way down to the shore. Huge tiered terraces go all the way down to the shore. Multiple terraces create a very elegant belvedere on the lake.

Square footage broken down:

Living areas: 22,000 square feet
Garden level: 9,166 square feet
Ground floor | garage number one (1): 1,280 square feet
Garden level | garage number two (2): 4,099 square feet
Garage number three (3): 2,400 square feet
Interior pool & mechanical room: 3,759 square feet
Mechanical room: 1,380 square feet

Total areas: 44,084 square feet

Area – terraces and porches: 3,850 square feet

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Onions

    Looks nice from what we can see. Are they still uploading pics on that site because it seems rather odd that the 18 pics are consisting of the same rooms, just different angles. With over 40K square feet I’d think they’d have a little more material to include than just the entryway and indoor pool. Also, why no outdoor pool??




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    • Kenny Forder

      That’s what I thought as well. Hopefully they will upload more pictures in the coming days.




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    • george

      In Canada an outdoor pool is called an ice skating rink.




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      • Rob

        For you information, outdoor pools are very common in Canada. Obviously they are not used twelve months but depending on the location they are used during the months of May until Sep sometim. They do not double as an ice skating rink in the winter. Many if not most rinks are indoors.




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    • Rich

      Yah, an outdoor pool in Montreal wouldn’t make much sense! It would get used 3 months of the year.




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      • Onions

        doesn’t matter. that’s still 3 months. the lot’s ginormus and could easily fit one without being crowded. i highly doubt it’s in the most frigid region considering the neighbors have pools.




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  • Marie

    I love it, I agree the pricing is in line for what’s offered. The scenery surrounding it is breathtaking.




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  • Mike

    I have worked in that mansion and may I say that it is breath taking. All the finishing where done to perfection. And not an over kill, but done very tastefully. It is the most beautiful Home that I have ever seen. I say Home, because it does feel like a home not like a museum. Also, I was able to see several sunsets during the time I worked there and may I say that every sunset was unbelievable. I think that it should called: THE HOUSE OF THE SETTING SUN




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    • Kenny Forder

      Nice! Do you happen to have any more pictures of the home?




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  • Mike

    I have a few pictures of the sunset and the aquariums in the house.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Awesome! Can you send them to me?




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  • Mike

    Where can I sent the pictures




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  • Mike

    I hope that this is ok. they are very nice people and I would not want to upset them.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I’m not going to post them, I just want to take a look at them. Believe me, I’ve learned not to post pictures of people’s homes without their consent lol




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  • Mike

    Ok, I will send you the pictures that I have. I think that they would not mind.




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  • Mike

    Did you get the pictures




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    • Kenny Forder

      there was nothing attached




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  • Mike

    Did you get anything




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  • Boyvin

    WOW!!! Finally some pictures of this house…… I’ve seen pics of it when it was under construction few years ago…. That thing is HUGE!!
    I’m pretty sure i know who is the owner…..
    I wonder who will be the next owner……

    Ciao from Quebec.




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  • Everad

    @Mike could you send it to me too
    tango646@me.com

    thanks




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  • bnjschwimmer

    Wondering how the the other entrance comes about for the guest house, guest suite as mentioned on the property features. Question: Does the guest area have its own kitchen? Thanks

    Jaclyn




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  • paul

    who owned this house?




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  • Aaron

    The home was built for Shlomo A. Yeshurun Family




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  • Nick

    The exterior is MAGNIFICENT!!!




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