For a cool $1,999,000, you can own a piece of Quebec’s cinematic history.
That's because a gorgeous, custom-built home in Saint-Léonard, featured in some of the province’s most beloved films, including Mambo Italiano and Elvis Gratton II: Miracle à Memphis, not to mention Mafia Inc., is up for sale.
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The house is fit for a movie star (or a mob boss) and comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two kitchens (upstairs and downstairs), a spa with a sauna and Jacuzzi and a wood-fired brick pizza oven.
The listing states "this luxurious and unique property is located on a corner lot in a quiet area."
Its imposing staircase is made of imported granite, as is a matching entrance.
“Located in the Beverly Hills of Saint-Léonard (ha ha), this property is not only one of the largest in its area but is also quite unique,” quipped real estate broker Luciano Gentile in an email.
"It was built by the original owner with high-end Italian inspired design."
And furthermore, it’s a relative steal, he said.
"With the new cost of construction […] imported granite and all the original additions, it would definitely cost millions to build a property like this today," he said.
Saint-Léonard Home For Sale
Address: 4605, rue Enrico-Fermi, Saint-Léonard, Montreal, QC
Description: Grand Italianate home from Quebec cinematic history.
[rebelmouse-image 26879643 alt="Home In Saint-L\u00e9onard Was A Set For Quebec Movies (PHOTOS)" photo_credit="Courtesy of Luciano Gentile\n" expand=1 original_size="3936x2624"] Courtesy of Luciano Gentile