8 900 000 $
For residential use in the development of luxury offices or various projects.
This 3-story mezzanine mansion is an astonishing treasure of history that prevails in modern Montreal. It combines elements of the Tudor and Gothic traditions popular among the old Montreal bourgeoisie of the early 20th century. It contains many bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. It also has other rooms including a library area and various lounges, several of which have a fireplace. There is a monumental staircase, a sunny terrace as well as a common kitchen with an adjacent dining room. The property also has a large parking lot of about 20 spaces, which is an unparalleled attribute in downtown Montreal.
The presence of some original parquet floors, authentic stained glass windows and historic woodwork from the period combines with modern touches in an elegant and unique way, giving an unmatched character to the property.
* Zoning in effect, the building is located in an R-3 residential zone. This class allows residential use of an undefined number and unlimited accommodation. The building complies with the regulations. On April 11, 1994, the City of Montreal council adopted a resolution (9851) aimed at occupancy for office purposes. The standards mentioned herein are without prejudice to the City of Montreal and for informational purposes only, if the standards indicated herein prove to be different from those appearing in the Borough's Urban Planning By-law, this latter by-law prevails in all cases.