The $3.49 million Tree House for modern Tarzans and Janes
October 5, 2010
This contemporary green residence looks to be an amazing adventure for children and grown-up Tarzans and Janes. Located among the pristine pine and hardwood forests in the Eastern Townships within the community of Sanctuaire Mont-Cathédrale, this tree house-inspired home has 3000 sq. ft. of living space on six acres of land with amazing views of Lake Brompton and private lake access. The eco-friendly tree house was designed and built to complement its natural surroundings, without compromising on the comfort and luxury of a custom built-home. Nearly 10 to 14 similar tree houses will be built at the 16-hectare Sanctuaire Mont Cathedrale. Sherbrooke designer Pierre Leveille, the man behind the housing project, said…
There were so many things to consider when deciding where to build; the proper site, adequate environmental laws to protect the property and its surrounding ambiance and privacy for the resident in a beautiful natural setting.
Some of the interior features of the magnificent Tree House include a balcony, gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen, heated tile floors, laundry room, library, central air-conditioning, air exchange system, high-end appliances, walk-in closets, camera security system and intercom.
The property, featuring four bedrooms, en-suite bathroom and a garage for two cars, open doors to a host of outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, golf, hiking, horseback riding, climbing, mountain biking, alpine and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
The property is up for grabs
. Joseph Montanaro, the real estate agent for Sotheby's International Realty Quebec, said…
This is a trophy property. All of the 12 to 15 homes are going to be unique. No one will have the same house. It will be a very exclusive clientele -local and international ownership.
Via: The Gazette