Terre Blanche, A 17,000 Sq. Ft. French Manor in Calgary, AB Reduced to $15M, Prev. $20M
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
This extraordinary French manor was designed by New York born, acclaimed designer, Arthur Fishman, who fashioned the first Four Seasons landmark hotel in Toronto along with various other hotels, international estates, private jets and yachts throughout the world. It’s known as Terre Blanche, was built in 2008 and has just been reduced to $15,000,000 CAD. The 17,000 square foot manor sits on 2.62 acres in Calgary, Alberta and was originally on the market for $20,000,000 CAD. There are four floors with over 17,600 square feet of living space, including an impressive two storey great room, formal dining room, oval library and a gourmet kitchen. Additional features include ten bedroom suites each with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, an elevator servicing all four floors, cigar room, 1,250 bottle wine cellar, six fireplaces, an Art Deco home theatre and an attached six vehicle garage. The residence is accessed via a winding road through extensive gardens with hundreds of rose bushes leading to the focal point of the front drive, an impressive antique water fountain, rescued at auction from New Orleans. Terre Blanche is on the market for $15,000,000 CAD with Michael Sherrard.