Both the exterior and interior of the unit are incredibly unique. The exterior features two terrasses that are probably bigger than your entire apartment — one is 1,619 square feet and the other is 1,315 square feet. The interior has ornate Versace-style frescoes painted by the Italian designer's own painter, according to the listing.
The terrasses and the condo's many large windows offer unobstructed panoramic views of Mount Royal, Outremont, Université de Montréal, Saint Joseph's Oratory, and the Olympic Stadium — along with amazing sunsets.
While the building has direct underground access to Midtown Le Sporting Club, you would have to pay extra for a membership — but, hey, if you're buying this place you clearly have a deep appreciation for the finer things in life so c'est la vie!
Description: This Versace penthouse is full of luxurious touches and extraordinary views. If you can't afford to buy it, maybe you can ask to move onto one of the terrasses because it's bound to be bigger than your whole apartment!
If you live in Montreal, chances are you've driven along avenue du Docteur-Penfield in the Golden Square Mile and looked up at the posh-looking buildings, wondering what they're like inside. Now, thanks to a new real estate listing, you can peek inside a $1,499,000 penthouse for sale in the Royal Penfield condominium.
According to the listing, this penthouse was "designed for elegant living on a grand scale."
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a pet store? OK, probably not. But this $399,000 converted loft for sale near Montreal is not what it looks like from the outside! In fact, behind the all-black former storefront is a gorgeous interior that's nearly 1,500 square feet.
The property is located in Mirabel, an off-island suburb on Montreal's north shore. It has eight rooms and was completely renovated in 2021 with the current owner estimating the cost of the work to be more than $150,000.
It's located at the top of The Boulevard on Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, right across from the mountain and the Montreal General Hospital. If you've ever driven along Avenue Doctor Penfield or Rue Mcdougall, you'll surely recognize it because it looks a lot like a castle.