Situated on one of the most desirable, one way, lake front streets in the West Island, this fully renovated Victorian home features south facing water views, and is within walking distance to waterfront parks, the Beaconsfield Yacht Club and quaint Pointe-Claire Village.
The home is one of the original "Six Sisters" cottages built by John-Henry Menzies in 1877 on the Old Lakeshore road as part of the Grove Hotel (Beaconsfield Yacht Club). Features top quality materials throughout while keeping the charm and authenticity of the home intact. Original wide plank pine floors, 9' coffered ceilings, paneled walls, birch paneled office/library, central air, central vacuum, alarm system, fireplace, gas stove, recessed lighting and a finished basement, with separate entrance, could be a potential rental or in-law option. Oversized 2 car garage.
This home was designed during a period where people embraced porch lifestyle and connecting with community. Outdoor living can be enjoyed with over 800 sq ft of covered and open porch space on 3 separate decks for entertaining or simply taking in lake breezes and sunsets on the porch swing. With almost ½ acre of mature garden, this property provides for privacy and a peaceful country setting close to everything.