Courtesy of Engel & Volkers Mont-Tremblant
Le Château Fleur de Lys is an extraordinary old-world French inspired estate in world renowned Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, the highest-ranking ski resort in Eastern North America. Designed by celebrated architect Remi Fortier, this home’s attention to architectural detail crafted by skilled artisans is unparalleled. Carved into the side of Mont-Tremblant, this residence is in the privately gated community “Sommet du Lac” and is securely accessed via its own private gate. The pristinely landscaped and manicured grounds paired with the circular driveway offer a majestic entrance to the estate through a large chamfered timber frame porte cochere. Dinstint and resplendent, this Gambrel-style home’s exterior is finished with granite stones from Lake Champlain and an expansive cedar and copper roof with hipped dormers – all showcasing meticulous craftsmanship.
Situated on five acres, this 17,000 square foot home, which includes a two-bedroom fully equipped 1,500 square foot guest house, offers breathtaking Lake Tremblant and panorama mountain views; southern and western exposures flood the home with an abundance of natural light. Each detail of the home is well-thought out with high ceilings and custom curated finishes, including: light fixtures by Arte Mexico, hand hewn walnut herringbone flooring, Limestone fireplace mantels, custom crown mouldings, restored antique columns from a 19th century castle in India, and other ornate details throughout.
Upon entering through grand mahogany double doors on the main level is a formal living room with a wall of mahogany windows overlooking Lake Tremblant. A hallmark of this stately living room are the gorgeous coffered ceilings with the adjacent wet bar and incorporated cedar wine cellar with wrought iron and glass doors set in a stone wall. The limestone fireplace mantel is carved with the estate’s iconic “Fleur de Lys” symbol. Offering idyllic indoor/outdoor living, this impressive space opens up onto a large deck with its own fireplace that is the perfect place to enjoy gorgeous sunsets.
The formal dining room seats fourteen, providing the ultimate setting for entertaining. This elegant space, with it’s decorative plaster ceiling medallion framing the bespoke chandelier, custom mahogany crown mouldings, and wall paneling with integrated tableware storage offers privacy away from the main kitchen and service area.
The Chateau, also designed for a modern-day lifestyle, features an open concept kitchen perfect for intimate family settings with an adjacent family room and casual dining space offering views of Lake Tremblant and sunsets. These rooms also open to the large deck.
Ideally located on the main level is the expansive master bedroom complete with a wood-burning fireplace, access to the terrace, and a spa-like bathroom with its own gas fireplace, steam shower, and stone mosaic tiles.
Connecting to the lower level and second floor is a grand staircase accentuated with its heavy wrought iron bow balustrade. The second floor to this estate features five generously scaled bedrooms all with en-suite mosaic stone bathrooms and fireplaces with limestone mantels. Also on this level is a laundry suite and a coffee bar.
The lower level offers resort style amenities. Highlights include a second kitchen showcasing a wood-fired pizza oven with stone wall surround, additional living and dining areas, screening room, game room, and spa with Vichy shower. The gym and sauna have direct access to the pool and warm plunge pool that are nestled into the scenic rocks. An outdoor kitchen, a stone fire pit, and al fresco dining round out the lower level of the home.
Other amenities include a paddle tennis court and pool house equipped with an infrared sauna.
This four-season estate includes a large ski and sports room, five washers and dryers in total, an elevator, automatic shades for the windows, a refrigerated garbage room, a walk-in fridge, and 4.5 garages.
Buyers looking to own a one-of-a-kind home in a multi-season resort destination will not want to miss out on this rare opportunity.