The property, owned by Guy Drouin, founder of Village Vacances Valcartier at Lac Saint-Joseph, was put up for sale this morning for a whopping $ 3,950,000.
The property, which looks like a real small castle, is still occupied by the spouse of Mr. Drouin, who died in 2017.
The faade of the property is 113 m above the lake.
According to real estate broker Michelle Lizot, he was the one who designed and designed the “special style” residence.
In his opinion, according to Mr. Lijot, “the most beautiful and largest place around the lake”, the residence attracts the attention of buyers. The land is truly majestic, covering an area of 115,000 square feet.
“With terraces and sunsets, this is unusual, the broker argues. The house is surrounded by a beautiful garden with a fountain, a waterfall overlooking the lake and a boat landing, which is a very beautiful site.
One of three lounges
The house has about twenty rooms, including five bedrooms, three living rooms, three bathrooms and a reception room on the lake level.
It has a 370-foot faade that offers a body of water view of the largest faade on the shores of Lake St. Joseph.
With its unique features, the broker expects the residence to find a buyer very quickly.
The property is officially up for sale today.