This gorgeous English Manor home is located in Quebec, Canada and is situated on 140 acres of land. It was designed by James Wright and Scott Yetman in 2002 and boasts 14,500 square feet of living space. The ground floor is devoted to daytime activities, the first floor is allotted to the bedrooms and the library’s upper level, and the basement houses the entertainment areas. The walls, floors and ceilings in the main residence are made of 200 year old pine wood. The  grounds boast terraced gardens, a guest house and a private lake. It is listed at $8,980,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    I love it, and I hate it. The exterior is terrible and is, at best, English-ish. I hate the flared dormers, which rarely work, and the porte-cochere doesn’t work for me. I think a different roof would do wonders for it.

    As for the interior, some of it I truly love. The wood is beautiful, although I’d prefer the finish to be even more satiny, to make it look more worn. The entrance foyer is great. I love a fireplace in a foyer; it’s a very welcoming way to enter a house. The rest of the rooms look nice (mostly), but I wish they were more English in their design. I would like it to be more English Country Cottage, and that would be doable with the current bones of the house.

    The price for the square footage and acreage seems decent, and with a little work it could be a great house.




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  • rob

    Nice little Wayne Manor. For the superhero on a budget. This is a supercool bachelor pad.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I love it, it’s absolutely gorgeous. The woodwork is beautiful throughout (and there’s a TON of it). Maybe it’s just the photos, but some of it, like in the foyer, seems overly shiny. I also think the stone front doorway surround is a little jarring among all the wood, but that’s a minor quibble. Everything just looks instantly livable and cozy, and I love that…it’s not trying to impress anyone, but rather to make them elegantly comfortable. 140 acres seems a bit much, but it looks like a beautiful 140 acres.

    The agent should have provided photos of some of the secondary bedrooms.




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  • Adam

    I love how open and welcoming the home feels, but it seems to me that a lot of space is wasted in large hall areas that probably wouldn’t be utilized by the owner…the wood is beautiful, the antique fireplaces are amazing. they really nailed the old-world feel here




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  • Venom

    I love it and I must have those two statues. I might change the dining room ceiling and that is about it.




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  • Daniel

    I have tried, but I cannot love this. The exterior is part gingerbread house, part Red Roof Inn. The wood is nice, but the honey color would irk me. The room sizes are odd, and the master bedroom is comparable to an ogre. The exaggerated dormers in the back are the final straw.




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  • Iemand

    I’ve seen this house before…




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