This gated 4-level stone mansion, dubbed Ville-Marie, is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It features 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms, entry foyer with staircase and gallery, tray ceilings and hardwood floors throughout, formal living and dining rooms, lavish gourmet kitchen with coffered ceiling and tons of custom cabinets, family room, home office, library with floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves, gym, home theater, wince cellar with tasting room, huge game room with wet bar, subterranean garage and more. Outside features include impeccable gardens with reflecting pond, porticoed verandas with massive columns and stone paths. It is listed at $11,750,000 CAD or $11,843,564.

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  • Daniel

    The exterior looks like an orphanage or an asylum. Interior has some fantastic spaces – almost all I would keep as-is.

    Side note: Why does one family need at least 6 different ladders?




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    • lambskin

      LOL!! I counted 7!




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  • Grrrowler

    Pic #1 reminds me of a hotel, specifically this one in Port Townsend, WA: http://spookyplaces.us/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Manresa-Castle.jpg

    I generally like the interior, a lot. I would get rid of some of the furniture, since it’s a little old for my tastes, but the built-in details and finishes look very nice. I love the staircase.

    I feel like the trompe l’oeil ceiling in the wine cellar was an opportunity missed. It’s interesting as-is, but it could have been so much more special. What I would have done is make the vault out of real onyx and then back-light it.




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  • Onions

    Love that wine cellar!




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  • lambskin

    Weird lot location.




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    • Elliott

      I agree. This building had to have served a different purpose before. Check birds-eye, it’s connected to that townhouse building, wtf?! Sharing kind-of ruins the whole subterranean garage thing..




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  • rob

    The house is really quite nice. I like the architecture, sort of old world french, and I really like the interior decorating. Sleek, sophisticated, and not at all overdone. Looks very comfortable. I can’t get past the lot though. This neighborhood is a strange hodge podge. It looks like random buildings just thrown in a big mess. I wouldn’t want to live here but if it was moved to a nice place it would be great.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      I agree 100%.




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  • Chris

    Its nice. It has my approval.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Yikes. Inside is unremarkable and uninspired, and exterior is the architectural equivalent of a blank stare…less character than a dinner of saltines & tap water.




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  • Just me

    If there ever was a white elephant this would be it.
    From the street the entrance is in the back of the house.
    This is a townhouse that is actually connected to four other dwelling.
    There is barely six feet from the street to the building.
    It must be a nightmare in winter.
    The renevation is first grade.
    With the exception of the den and the second office the decor is formal and upscale.
    The already reduced price I find is still extremely ambitious.




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