You can scoop this 37-room, 19th-century Senneville mansion with 8 bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three powder rooms and 20 parking spots for a cool $19 million. The 857,823 sqft piece of heaven is located at the island's tip on a peninsula casting water views at 360 degrees.
The interior was completely rebuilt in the 1990's, preserving imposing historical & architectural components.
Surrounded by parkland and accessible via a private tree-lined road, the castle is set on a peninsula called Pointe Forget for its original owner, Senator Louis-Joseph Forget.
Bois-de-la-Roche was built in 1899 by the renowned Canadian architect Edward Maxwell, set on 20 acres of grounds design by American landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, both part of select group of eminent Montréal architects, landscape architects and urban planners who collaborated on the great estates in the area.
It is rare to see a 19th century castle in Canada, let alone one that has been so beautifully restored, completely rebuilt on the inside.
The listing boasts uninterupted panoramic views of Lake of Two Mountains. They were not kidding. For more information and to make an appointment click here.