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Legault Is Selling His Outremont Home For $4.9 Million & You Can See How He Lives (PHOTOS)

The premier's been living large in an 8-bedroom Victorian mansion with a pool.

Quebec Premier François Legault is selling his home in Montreal's upper Outremont neighbourhood — and it's officially on the market for $4.99 million.

The property listing says Legault’s three-storey Victorian mansion in Montreal — built in 1916 — sits on a flat 18,000 square-foot lot with an in-ground pool. 

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Legault and his wife, Isabelle Brais, have owned the luxury home in Montreal for over 20 years, according to Mansion Global

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The home boasts eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms, as well as a separate coach house.

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The real estate broker, Joseph Montanaro, told Mansion Global the home contains "one of the oldest home theatres [he's] ever seen, like a miniature version of a classic cinema."

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While the manor has been renovated and revamped, it's kept a lot of its original flair and architectural details from the early 20th-century.

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More photos of the interior are available on the broker's website — and you can even match an Instagram photo of Legault and Brais cooking to the property listing's photo of the kitchen.

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Premier Legault's Montreal Home

Price: $4,995,000

Address: 22, avenue Claude-Champagne, Outremont, Quebec

Description: Eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom Victorian mansion in upper Outremont where Quebec's premier has lived with his family for two decades.

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