Property details

Near to
Property type
Two or more storey
Building type
Building size
40x45 Feet irr.
Living area
3,571 Square Feet
Land size
73x180 Feet irr.
Land area
13,798 Square feet
Year of construction

Rooms description

Level Rooms Floors Details
Ground floor Hallway Wood (21x10 P)
Ground floor Family room Wood (24.1x13 P)
Ground floor Living room Wood (12.7x14.3 P)
Ground floor Dining room Wood (12.6x14.3 P)
Ground floor Kitchen Ceramic tiles (18x15.6 P)
Ground floor Other Tiles (16.11x12.5 P)
2nd floor Master bedroom Wood (22.6x14.4 P)
2nd floor Solarium Ceramic tiles (10.9x6.8 P)
2nd floor Bedroom Wood (22.6x12.6 P)
2nd floor Bedroom Wood (14.3x13.6 P)
2nd floor Bedroom Wood (13.6x13 P)
2nd floor Bathroom Ceramic tiles (9.2x9.9 P)
2nd floor Home office Wood (9.6x8.10 P)
3rd floor Other Wood (32x16.6 P)
Basement Playroom Floating floor (24x13.9 P)
Basement Wine cellar Concrete (6x10 P)
Other Other Wood (23x25 P)
Basement Laundry room Floating floor (13.3x12.9 P)
Basement Other Wood (9.6x6.9 P)


Water supply
Heating energy
Double width or more
Distinctive features
Coach house
Park - green area
Bicycle path
Elementary school
Public transport
Bathroom / Washroom
Adjoining to the master bedroom
6 feet and over
Finished basement
Outdoor (2)
Garage (2)
Sewage system
Municipal sewer


The Potter-Stuart Manor is a vast historical property located in Upper Outremont, on the hill of the Mont-Royal, five minutes from Montreal city center.

The manor combines both the quietness of large estates and the immediate proximity of Montreal's most vibrant neighbourhoods. It is located in front of the Felix-Garneau park of Outremont.

With 13 000 square feet (1280 square meters) of land, and 3571 square feet (332 square meters) of habitable space in its main house and in its independent pavilion, it is one of the largest properties of the kind.

The back of the house is oriented full south, with ceilings at 10 feet high, walls of 18 inches wide everywhere in the house. Everything has been renovated to the highest standard, keeping the unique cachet of the manor.

Beautiful landscaped garden and many mature trees.

Walking south, one arrives on the Mont-Royal, designed by the famous landscape architect Olmsted who also designed Central Park in New York city.

Walking North-East, one founds oneself in the most lively neighbourhood of Canada, declared number one in Canada by the Canadian Association of Artists.

Walking along the curve of the Mont-Royal park, one reaches the city center in a few minutes. The house also contains a double garage and enough outside parking space to accommodate two large vehicles. The rear garden is entirely quiet and private.


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