- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- 2 Half
About This Property
Unparalleled and on the shores of pristine Lake Seigneurial. A rare treasure and one of only nine located within Mount-Saint-Bruno's National Park. This idyllic 150,975sqft lot is located only 16.75km from Montreal. Magnificent property designed by renowned architect E. Maxwell for Montreal's wealthy industrialist Thomas J. Drummond. A must see.
- 150,974.60 ft2 / 14,025.54 m2 - Lot size
- Year Built 1899
- $20,383 Taxes Municipal 2016
- $8,725 Taxes School 2016
Additional FeaturesDistinctive features: Water access, Distinctive features: Water front, Distinctive features: Motor boat allowed, Driveway: Plain paving stone, Landscaping: Patio, Water supply: Artesian well, Heating energy: Electricity, Garage: Heated, Garage: Detached, Garage: Double width or more, Distinctive features: No neighbours in the back, Distinctive features: Cul-de-sac, Distinctive features: Private street, Proximity: Highway, Proximity: Golf, Proximity: Hospital, Proximity: Park - green area, Proximity: Elementary school, Proximity: Public transport, Siding: Cedar shingles, Siding: Stone, Parking: Outdoor x 28, Parking: Garage x 2, Sewage system: Septic tank, Landscaping: Fenced yard, Landscaping: Land / Yard lined with hedges, Distinctive features: Wooded, Landscaping: Landscape, Roofing: Other -- Copper, Topography: Sloped, Topography: Flat, View: Water, View: Mountain, View: Panoramic, Zoning: Residential
Montarville, a piece of history located on a 150,975 sqft lot on the shores of Lake Seigneurial. In 1710 this property was part of a lordship licensed to Pierre Boucher but Louis XIV, king of France. Lordship ceased to exist at the end of the 19th century. « La seigneurie de Montarville » was Quebec's last. The lordship was purchased by a small group of wealthy industrialists of which the Drummond brothers. In 1899, renowned architect E Maxwell designed « Montarville », Thomas J. Drummond's summer residence. Subsequent owners lovingly preserved and added to « Montarville ». A must see!