MONTREAL – Royal LePage says one of its brokers has sold the most expensive property recorded on the Multiple Listing Service in Quebec — a 20-room, stone-sided mansion that fetched $13.25 million.
The realtor says the house in the province’s Estrie region is situated on a more than 280,000 square-foot property, surrounded by lake and mountain views.
The main residence has a geothermal energy system, a heated indoor pool, a home theatre, a gym, a ping pong room and a wine cellar and tasting room.
It also includes five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three kitchens, five fireplaces and a library.
There is even a dressing room equipped with an elevator, a receptionist office and a mezzanine area.
Royal LePage says the grounds on which the estate is situated also contain three guest homes, a private dock and an outdoor terrace area.
Marie-Yvonne Paint, a broker with Royal LePage Heritage, sold the property.
The buyer was not disclosed.
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