Ever dreamed of living on a private island? If you have $1,650,000 lying around, now's your chance because a private island cottage is for sale just over an hour outside Montreal — and it even has its own beach.
The prestigious property is located on Lac Cloutier in Lanaudière's Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez.
There are many spots to enjoy the marvellous waterfront views from different vantage points — whether by the fireplace, sitting in the rest area that fits numerous chairs, from the outdoor dining area, on the terrasse, on the balcony, or while relaxing on the dock.
In other words, this home is a nautical lover's dream. It comes with boat docks, a pontoon, a service pontoon, two hovercrafts, a pedal boat, three kayaks, and three paddles. No need to worry about the winter months, either. There are two snowmobiles for you to use and you can even skate around the lake.
But this property isn't only remarkable thanks to its access to nature. The home is a feat in itself: cathedral ceilings, a walk-in closet, integrated skylights on the back balcony, cherry wood floors, marble countertops, spiral staircases and more.
It also has a basement, third-floor "bell tower," mezzanine with TV area, laundry room, recreation area with a game room (pool table, jukebox), wood-burning stove and an extra enclosed room that can be used as a bedroom or home office.
The space has been updated to accommodate people living there — for example, there's a geothermal heating and cooling system — but much of the church's character remains, and can be found in the stain-glass windows and other architectural details.
Though Boudreau, who has claimed to make 7 figures a year on Onlyfans, seemed smitten with the church in her post, she followed up with a story saying she didn't put in an offer after hearing the news that OnlyFans would ban "sexually explicit" content come October. She told MTL Blog she was planning to look around and "maybe" buy it.
Description: "Impressive church transformed into a residence, while preserving its architectural details that will charm you," reads the listing. And if you don't believe the listing, take Hélène Boudreau's word for it.