This historic 1903 built mansion is located at 3454 Av. du Musée Ville-Marie (Montréal), Quebec, Canada. It boasts 29,360 square feet of living space with 14 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms, hand-carved fireplaces, spacious wood paneled reception rooms and much more. It is listed at $18,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Ah yes. Nothing like stepping out of your $18 million mansion into the stunningly landscaped street with rare specimens such as the Mitusbishi Eclipses and E. Plurbus Civic. *STUNNING*.




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    • Joejoe509

      But Daniel! You’re forgetting the two BMW’s out back in the motor court. Haha.




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  • lambskin

    I am sure to get a lot of flack but here it goes… I would try to dismantle the important rooms panel by panel , ceilings and all and sell the rooms for installation in other homes. the exterior opf the home is ugly and the location is not pretty-not an inch of green anywhere.




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    • NOVA Ben

      No flack coming from me, at least in that scenario, SOMEONE would benefit from this ugly pile of bricks.




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  • Joejoe509

    I’m not being sarcastic. I’m actually curious –

    Is this (or was this) an apartment community or a museum at some point? Why does it look like a warehouse/mill? It also looks like two different houses were annexed together. The “wing” on the right could easily be seperated into a completely different home. The styling is also slightly different suggesting they built a bridge between the two. Parts of it look like a 1950’s sleazy hotel or an automotive repair shop that has also been annexed. The end result is an ugly mish mash of styles… it’s terrible. 18 million? You would be lucky to 3 to 5 million from me.

    29,000 sq ft? In this case, that translates into huge, gigantic rooms that no amount of furniture will ever be able to fill and still be stylish. I recommend a complete restyling of the most of the exterior. The interior has the most potential and I would hate to see it lose whats left of the old charm. Personally, I would buy and it turn it into some sort of commercial property like an antique shop. It could also be converted into a public building or a museum/art gallery. But as a house, this just isn’t comfortable or practical.




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    • steve

      I really believe it is/was being used for commercial purposes…there’s carpet in the foyer, and one of the rooms has that cheap hard mystery surface on the floor that I only see in public schools, and the DMV.




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  • Brian

    This was obviously a church property previously. Notice the cross in the brickwork on the annex on right. Which means they can pray for $18M but they don’t have a prayer of getting it. It is hard to tell the caliber of the area, but the exterior is questionable, despite the glory of the interior. Probably $10M to make it a modern mega-mansion commensurate with the interior.




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  • lambskin

    I thought rectory with the multiple rooms and a few grand rooms for higher status clergy, meetings and dining. The stained glass windows in pic. 10 have crosses and the way the window is bowed it could have housed an altar of some sort for a private chapel.




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    • Joejoe509

      Good find! I didn’t even notice the crosses. I think you guys might be right. This was likely once used as a church or a religious school of some kind. I highly doubt that it was a home all these years and some family thought it was a good idea to place crosses everywhere. Although… it was a different world in 1903… who knows?!




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