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The home was designed by Brandenburger Taylor Lombardo Architects from San Francisco, with multiple areas for entertaining, both indoors and out. The living room has vaulted ceilings, exposed steel beams and a stone fireplace, the listing said. There are two guest wings, and the master suite boasts a fireplace, a private sun deck and water views. There’s a chef’s kitchen with ample built-in storage and a formal circular dining room overlooks the grounds and pond.

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Outside, there’s both an outdoor fireplace and screened porch with a fireplace, according to the listing. There’s also a pool and a Jacuzzi off the second-floor balcony that has expansive views of the water. The property offers direct access to the pond, and includes a boat house and a private beach front with deeded rights, as per the listing.


A sprawling stone mansion near the heart of downtown Montreal has set a price record for the entire province of Quebec, according to Sotheby’s International Realty Quebec, the firm that brokered the deal. The asking price had been C$20 million (US$18 million), and the house sold for C$18 million on Thursday, according to records.

Built in 1924, the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home occupies nearly 30,000 square feet of land in the old-money enclave of Westmount, known locally as the Golden Square Mile.

“That’s unique. You feel like you’re in the country, but you’re downtown, near shops, restaurants, and museums,” said Liza Kaufman, head of the Kaufman Group at Sotheby’s International Realty Quebec, who handled the listing. Sold furnished, the home boasts sumptuous touches like fireplaces salvaged from chateaus in France, floors of custom quarried marble, a silk- and silver-thread rug that took artisans in India a year to weave, and a nine-burner Lacanche range in the kitchen.  



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