The most expensive private residential condo in the history of Quebec just went up for sale in Montreal.
Because nothing says “I got through the COVID-19 pandemic” like a near-$13 million downtown condo.
Today, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada has announced the sale of a $12.9 million private residential condominium in Montreal, the most expensive such sale in the history of the province.
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Sotheby’s says “the Montreal real estate market continues to experience strong demand and record setting sales activity” as we enter the new year. Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the record-setting transaction signalled demand for luxury condominium properties in the Montreal market.
The lavish spot — nicknamed the “Rockstar” by the real estate developer — is a 6,979-square-foot penthouse that consists of two storeys, is finished with steel and glass construction and features a panoramic view of Mont-Royal, the Golden Square Mile, downtown Montreal, and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The three-bedroom, four-plus-ensuite bathroom residence features 5,301 square feet of interior living space. The first floor is dedicated to entertaining and features dual living rooms with 25-foot ceilings, a formal dining room, chef’s kitchen, walk-in closet, and pantry area.
There’s 1,678 square feet of “expansive outdoor terraces” with access to The Ritz-Carleton Residences’ legendary amenities, including a state-of-the-art spa, fitness centre, valet, concierge, and doorman.
“The Ritz-Carlton Residences Montreal is regarded as being amongst the world’s most
prestigious offerings in real estate, and as its ‘crown jewel’, this penthouse is a masterpiece of contemporary architecture, design and engineering,” said Liza Kaufman, listing agent with the Kaufman Group of Sotheby’s International Realty Quebec.
In case words aren’t cementing the appeal of this record-setting spot, here are a few shots from what the inside of the “Rockstar” looks like, just in case you have more than $12 million hanging around for a new spot.