near to the Mont-Royal district
In Montreal, in the province of Quebec.
16 km from Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau international airport.
|Land registry surface area :||674 m2|
|Main building surface area :||167 m²|
|Construction period :||20ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Number of main rooms :||10|
|Number of bedrooms :||5|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
At the beginning of the 20th century, Frank-Lloyd-Wright, was one of the founders of the “Prairie School” or “Chicago Group”, a movement that was very successful in North America. Breaking away from the classical architectural codes inherited from the Old Continent, the craftsmen adopting this style imagined a functional house, integrated with the landscapes of the Midwest. Influences which are still reflected today by this discreet, renovated house on the outskirts of the Mont-Royal district. The spacious rooms, featuring wide openings, look out over a vast, quiet garden, with flower beds enhanced with bronze-coloured maple leaves. Such a romantic and ideal decor would surely have inspired the instigators of “organic architecture”.
1 485 000 $ CA
so 975 096 €Daily updated exchange rate
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