The top-priced luxury listing on the Quebec real estate market; yours for $26.5 million
Royal LePage’s Marie-Yvonne Paint adds this Westmount manor to her impressive portfolio
MONTREAL, August 7, 2019 – In the heart of one of Westmount’s most exclusive avenues sits this impressive English mansion, listed by none other than Marie-Yvonne Paint, real estate broker for Royal LePage Heritage. It is currently the most expensive residential listing posted on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) across the province of Quebec, priced at $26,500,000.
“Westmount is home to some of Montreal’s most prestigious properties, and the mansion located at 41 Forden Avenue is a fine example of architectural splendour,” says Paint, the real estate broker handling the property sale who holds the record for the most expensive residence sold in Quebec on MLS? in 2015.
Built in 1926, the nearly 6,500-square-foot estate is also surrounded by nearly 30,000 square feet of private land, bordered by magnificent hedges. The layout is perfect for receiving guests with its coach house, gated driveway, massive pool, and luxurious tennis court (one of only two Westmount properties to have this feature). It is all overlooked by a 40-foot terrace. The property offers privacy thanks to grounds lined with large mature trees and gardens, and future owners can take a charming stroll to nearby King George Park and enjoy an incredible view of the city from this vast 14-acre locale.
The lush property has 25 very spacious rooms and offers buyers seven bedrooms, most with an en-suite bathroom, for a total of six bathrooms. The master suite has an expansive 25-foot terrace and a sauna.
Music lovers can enjoy the property’s fully soundproof recording studio and multimedia room, and wine enthusiasts can stock a refrigerated wine cellar that holds a large number of bottles.
The luxury market continues to grow in Quebec
According to recent data compiled by Royal LePage, the luxury residential real estate market is continuing to perform well in Quebec, along with the rest of the housing market. From January to June 2019, 84 single-family homes priced at $2 million or more were sold in Quebec, only two less year-over-year. During the same period, 123 luxury condominiums (costing $1 million or more) were sold, compared with 96 for the same period in 2018.
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About Marie-Yvonne Paint?
Paint helms the number one Royal LePage team in Quebec for sales volume and has been a member of Royal LePage’s National Chairman’s Club (Top 1%) since 1992. She is a leader in luxury property sales in the Greater Montreal Area, throughout the province of Quebec, and abroad. Over the course of her career, Paint handled over 1,500 real estate transactions worth $1.4 billion.
About Royal LePage?
Serving Canadians since 1913, Royal LePage is the country’s leading provider of services to real estate brokerages, with a network of over 18,000 real estate professionals in over 600 locations nationwide. Royal LePage is the only Canadian real estate company to have its own charitable foundation, the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, dedicated to supporting women’s and children’s shelters and educational programs aimed at ending domestic violence. Royal LePage is a Brookfield Real Estate Services Inc. company, a TSX-listed corporation trading under the symbol “TSX: BRE”. BRE”.
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