This All-Black Montreal House For Sale Is Actually A 6-Bedroom Dream Home (PHOTOS)

You would never know by just walking by it...
This All-Black Montreal House For Sale Is Actually A 6-Bedroom Dream Home (PHOTOS)

Montreal is full of hidden gems, each of which makes up the tapestry of our incredible city. When it comes to real estate in Montreal, there are tons of unique homes that always finds a way of leaving us in awe.

And this unreal property hidden behind a black wall in downtown Montreal is no exception.

This stunning historic home was built in 1880. And, the full renovation was inspired by the stone townhomes of Manhattan, which is why it has so much flair.

If you were to just walk by it on the street, you'd never know what was hiding behind it.

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The unique property was designed to have an open concept floor plan, which is ideal for entertaining guests.

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Not only will the layout impress you but the finishings location are worth the over 1.2 million dollar price tag.

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This home has a boasting six bedrooms, vast living spaces and is within walking distance from schools, shopping, and restaurants. Each room exudes its own unique charm and there are even outdoor spaces for you to enjoy during the hotter months.

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The extravagant kitchen is a chef's dream and the all-around aesthetic of this home should be featured in Architecture Digest.

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The old-world charm combined with the modern touches creates a dreamlike space.

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And, for those ballers looking to buy this property, it's available to be sold fully furnished.

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Historic Home Fully Renovated

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Asking Price: $1,288,000

Address: 1597, rue St-Christophe, Montreal, QC

Description: An incredible six-bedroom home hidden behind a black wall facade!

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