The premier of Quebec has listed his historic Victorian near Downtown Montreal mansion for C$5 million. François Legault is the owner of the house for more than 20 years. There are eight bedrooms, a cinema and a pool in the mansion. The mansion is situated in an upscale neighborhood, and it stretches itself over 8,000-square-foot. It has not been confirmed how much he paid for the mansion at the time of purchase in 1998. Legault is selling off the mansion because his two sons Xavier and Victor, aren’t living at home, and he spends most of the time in Quebec City.Image Credit: Mansion Global
The market has become a banana, according to the listing agent. A frenzy has developed in the market for homes. Moreover, there are ten houses listed for sale in sale in Outremont. Mr. François Legault’s mansion occupies an 18,000-square-foot lot, which is quite unusual in the neighborhood, and it is also on flat land and could be used for any purpose, which makes it more demandable in the market. The mansion was built in 1916 for confectionery magnates of the Viau brothers. It is extravagant, all due to its sheer size. The entry of the mansion is lavish, and it features porcelain tiles and French doors. There’s a spacious living room and a dining room. In the kitchen, there’s ample space for storage and a large counter base. The main en-suite of the mansion is on the second level, which comes with multiple closets. Along with that, there are four additional bedrooms on the second floor.
Quebec Premier lists historic Victorian near downtown Montreal for C$5M. The mansion has multiple amenities, and it comes with a vintage-style home theater. There’s also a couch house, which could be treated as staff quarters or a guest house. Mr. and Mrs. Legault want to stay in Montreal but want something smaller for two people, and it is quite a big mansion. The mansion has hit the market at a time when the prices are at a record time high, and there is limited inventory in the market.