This waterfront estate, named Mille Fleurs, is located at 525 Towner Park Road in Victoria, BC, Canada. It features an 11,416 square foot main houes and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage. As you pass through the gated entrance you are first greeted by the charming guest cottage which features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Beyond that is the French Country inspired main house with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal dining room, paneled office with fireplace, large 2-story living room opening to the gourmet kitchen with pizza oven, game room with wet bar, media room, wine tasting room and more. The manicured grounds also boast formal gardens, a conservatory and 2 access points to the beach. It is listed at $18,459,645 and comes turnkey and fully furnished.

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  • Daniel

    That aerial makes it look like the water is extremely deep – kinda scary. Overall I think the cottage is nicer than the main house.




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  • Grrrowler

    The setting is beautiful; this part of Vancouver Island has some stunning areas. The view from this place looks truly lovely as well and I love the private setting. The house itself isn’t bad, but I agree with Daniel that the cottage is more charming on the outside. The interior has some nice spaces, but there’s also some mismatched spaces. The dining room doesn’t seem to belong and the kitchen ceiling seems almost too low compared to other rooms. I do like the brick ceiling treatment in the gallery next to the living room. Even though it’s furnished, the giant cock in the kitchen would be the first thing to go.




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  • rob

    Doesn’t seem like anything very special to me. Seems to hit all the bases for a typical house like this. The setting looks more dramatic in the aerial shot. The exterior is pretty boring.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like the cottage more than the main home. At least from the outside it seems to have much more charm.




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  • BJ

    Canadian property and their economy is hot hot hot and the loony is getting stronger every day. Canada is a really really good hedge for luxury properties right now short of a pure currency arbitrage. But enough economics.

    Decor is meh. But the overall structure of the house looks great. Seems pricey for the area. Sidney is a beautiful town and this just screams coal/oil/banking new money for the purchase. Naming your estate is OK. Putting the name at the entrance? Cheesy. But hey, French Canadians are just a different breed altogether. Their economy, that paneled office, a place for the in laws, and the pizza oven would be enough for me to write a check. And the sign would be promptly removed.




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  • Chris

    Nothing special.




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