This House In Montreal Is A Time Capsule From The 1920s And It Could Be Yours For $10,000,000
It was built before you were born and it'll still be there after you're dead.
Yesterday I wrote an article about one ofand people were losing their minds.
So naturally I figured I'd find the second most expensive home on the Sothebys website.
And her it is, 757 Lexington, in Westmount.
The listing couldn't have described it more perfectly:
"Behold 757 Lexington, arguably one of the finest Westmount homes on the market. This luxurious stone residence is perched high above sought-after Lexington Avenue and is tucked behind lush vegetation for extreme privacy."
It's a home for those who expect the very best.
There's an in-ground pool, a double width driveway, space heating baseboards, wood fireplaces, a heated garage with an extra detached garage and much, much more!
So if you've ever wondered what a $10,000,000 mansion looks like in Montreal, look no further.