Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Bigger isn’t always better, and this 35,000 square foot residence in Montreal, Quebec is a prime example of that. It’s unknown what the vision behind this seemingly endless house was, but it appears to be seldom lived in due to the lack of furniture and personal effects inside. A quick look at historical aerial imagery on Google Earth shows the home’s hotel-sized swimming pool a dark shade of green since late 2002, and even today in the listing photos it looks sad and unwelcoming. Strange design paired with less than impressive building materials and expanses of space that just don’t make sense is a recipe for disaster. The residence was built in 2001 and includes a three-level entrance, five bedrooms, an indoor pool, and more space than you will ever know what to do with. The home is set on a large 9.18-acre waterfront estate with a lush, serene, private landscape with endless possibilities for development. At $11.888-million the best thing to do would be to start fresh by knocking this eyesore down!