Good morning !
We're back in Westmount, ( Montreal ) Quebec this morning - my old neighborhood because in Montreal it's hard to find a more perfect neighborhood ( am I biased? probably a little ) close to all amenities - walking distance to everything - city living at it's absolute finest :)
This is a gorgeous - filled to the brim with details - townhouse built in 1890 - I can remember walking by these particular homes and wondering what they looked like inside - now I know!
3 baths - 1 powder room
Realtor - TANIA KALECHEFF
Those ( original ) stone walls in the basement !!!!!!!!!!
Isn't that just a gorgeous turn of the century home?
All images sources through REMAX QUEBEC
Ok - I have to run out and pick up extra lotto tickets for this week - someone has to win !
Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone - I'm still painting windows and probably will be for the rest of my life at the speed ( s.l.o.w. ) I'm going
LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION?
JOIN ME AT THE FOLLOWING FABULOUS PARTIES !
THE CHARM OF HOME FRENCH COUNTRY COTTAGE
MISS TOODY GOO SHOES THE INTERIOR FRUGALISTA
BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH SAND & SISAL
AN EXTRAORDINARY DAY MEMORIES BY THE MILE
KATHE WITH AN E FLUSTER BUSTER
SAVVY SOUTHERN STYLE
Ok, I'm moving to Montreal--beautiful home, and that bathroom, oh my.ReplyDelete
It will have to be summertime, do not like the snow and freezing temps.
Ok Pat - I'll see you in the Spring then ( smart move LOL )Delete
Droooool!!! Though I'm not a fan of the dark kitchen, I adore those wood doorways and window frames! They just don't make 'em like that anymore!!ReplyDelete
I think you're a city gal at heart, Suzan.ReplyDelete
Oh, My Goodness~ That Is Absolutely StunningReplyDelete
O.M.G. Really beautiful. But I would need a houseclearner daily for the dark kitchen and to keep the bathroom prestine. I find it funny that the upper deck access seems to be through the bathroom? Buy me a ticket it too, pls. They don't seem to have any winning one here. xo PattyReplyDelete
Isn't it though?Delete
I found that deck access a little strange also Patty - it was probably a bedroom at one point - they didn't have master baths so much back in the 1800's ?
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. I thought that rock wall (?) that led downstairs was quite interesting. Amazing inside, isn't it? xo DianaReplyDelete
Where do I begin with this one? The woodtrim, the ceilings, the stonework? That huge kitchen? And the recessed lighting which gives it ambience? Buy a lotto ticket for me as well. ;)ReplyDelete
Hi Suzan, this is absolutely gorgeous! I have seen a few homes in Westmount but this one is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. I, too, love Montreal (I live in Laval now for almost 4 years) and I love it here! Like you said, everything is pretty much walking distance and I have all I need. I hope your Autumn is wonder filled, and my birthday is October 27th, and I have a special blog post lined up for that day. You are always welcome to my blog, anytime.ReplyDelete
Getting back to this home...4 bedrooms and 3 baths and a powder room? Exquisite! I also love the stone facade and how they added the exposed stone on the interior, it gives it a beautiful, vintage and rustic look and feel. I also love the recess lighting throughout the house. Wow!
My O My!! What a stunning home!! The woodwork is to die for!! Definitely my style!! Thanks for sharing as I really enjoyed this post!!ReplyDelete
I just read the comment about the deck access being off the bathroom. I bet the bathroom was originally an upstairs sleeping porch that they made into a bathroom and then attached the deck too......ReplyDelete
Oh, I want to live there, too. Is there room for us both?ReplyDelete
Hoe beautiful! I love the stone basement walls! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
Those millions dollar homes are amazing. Thanks for sharing photos from Quebec. They don't build anything like that in Florida! :)ReplyDelete