1899 “Bois de la Roche” Stone Castle For Sale on Lake of Two Mountains
$19,000,000 CAD | Built 1899 | 18,427 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 10 Baths | 19.69 Acres
290 Ch. de Senneville, Senneville, Quebec, H9X3X4 Canada
Inspired by the castles found in the Loire Valley, this 19th century stone castle, known as Bois de la Roche, extends 18,427 square feet on a vast 19.69 acre estate on the Lake of Two Mountains. The property is on the market for $19 million CAD in Senneville, Quebec. Listing details: Access an authentic stone castle, Bois de la Roche, with an interior area of approximately 18,427 square feet, (3 floors + basement) built in the 19th century, inspired by the Loire castles and reigning over its 19.69 acre domain, a peninsula (Pointe Forget) in the Lake of Two Mountains, on the Island of Montreal. Completely rebuilt on the inside while preserving imposing historical & architectural components, this is a rare & original ensemble, on a site of breathtaking beauty that stands out. With uninterrupted panoramic views of the lake, it is accessed through an imposing gateway & a magnificent estate via a long private wooded avenue. Bois de la Roche is on the market for $19 million CAD with Louise Jackson, Susanne Stelmashuk Chernin & Diane Stelmashuk | POWER SISTERS of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada. POWER SISTERS LinkedIn, Diane Stelmashuk’s LinkedIn. Photography by Mélanie Vallieres.