This spectacular Limestone mansion is located Quebec, Canada. The French Chateau style estate was built in 2005 and boasts 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, a 4-car subterranean garage and a rooftop terrace. It is listed at $4,900,000. Wow, I love the front facade; so beautiful and stately! The interior is classy and elegant, although I hate the blue breakfast room and office.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

The curved pave-uni driveway welcome you to the front, terrace with limestone balustrades and distinguished, Mahogany double doors usher you into the wide front foyer., Through another set of French doors you enter into the, grand entrance hall graced with polished slab marble floors, w/ black marble inlay detail and elegant wainscoting. The, front den is beautifully completed with coffered plaster, ceilings, elegant curved windows and a stunning custom, carved stone fireplace as its focal point. Solid double, doors lead into the office with dark wood custom cabinetry, and matching wainscoting. The formal living room is, octagonal in shape with beautifully dressed arched windows, on all sides, rich wall paneling and sconces, a truly, elegant setting. The equally elegant dining room with, curved wall detail is complete with ornate plaster crown, moldings and lush padded fabric walls. The expansive, gourmet kitchen with eat-in area is truly extraordinary, with antiqued cabinetry, granite counters, tumbled granite, backsplash & top of the line appliances (Subzero fridge and, freezer, Wolfe stove top and double ovens, GE dishwasher, and a second dishwasher made by Miele special for crystal, and china, 2 garburators, filtered water system and, Insta-Hot water tap). Off the kitchen, French doors lead to, a terrace surrounded by limestone columns making a private, and chic outdoor eating space overlooking the garden. A, beautifully finished powder room with black marble floors, and custom vanity and large storage closet finish the first, floor. The impressive curved marble staircase with a, hand-made wrought iron and solid brass railing leads the, way upstairs as the wall paneling follows with mirror, inlays. Once upstairs, a grand master suite epitomizes, luxury, complete with a spacious terrace, separate his and, her walk-in closets as well as His and Her en-suite, bathrooms.

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  • Mak

    I like it. Its a bit cold on the main floor with all that white, but with some really great modern art, this place could be incredible. Its a beautiful palate to decorate.

    I don’t see any mention of the grounds of this place, so that would concern me.




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  • Grrrowler

    The outside is nice. I’ve always been a fan a the beaux-arts style. I don’t like the 6-sided “addition” on the left side. It looks like it dropped; the terrace and balustrade should have been continued around that section of the house.

    The public rooms on the main level look good, although I hate most of the furnishings. I like the foyer and main staircase. The dining room is remarkably plan, although some proper art on the walls would help that. Some of the private rooms suffer from a lack of detailing, and the attempts to make the ceilings interesting failed. Speaking of that, all the ceilings are too plain and need something to make them more interesting. I hate the kitchen. The layout is OK but the cake-batter-colored cabinetry is awful, and those points on the island are only going to serve to skewer people in the groin.

    Overall it has potential, but the interior in its current incarnation needs some help.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Agreed on the dining room and kitchen…that shade of yellow on the cabinets is nauseating. And I myself am not normally a fan of beaux-arts homes, but this one is reasonably pleasing and elegant to me.




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  • Daniel

    I don’t mind the exterior, though it looks a little off to me. Maybe it’s the gigantic front door, but something isn’t quite right. I like the interior details, but this home has a London townhouse feel to it; for something built in 2005, I was expecting the rooms to be a little more spacious. I do like most of the furnishings and interior details.




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  • Hugh

    I like it. It reminds me of many homes in London that would be on the market for $20m




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  • NOVA Ben

    Nice enough outside, but the interior is bland and boring for the most part. Elegant yes but also somewhat cold.




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