A stately 150-year-old heritage house flanked by open fields and nestled among old maple, apple, pear, and cherry trees, 100-year-old lilac bushes, beautiful flowers, rock and water gardens, and landscaped lawns. This 4400 sq ft house, inspired by Second Empire architecture and Victorian sensibilities, has a 3-sided veranda and mansard roof typical of houses built in Westmount, Montreal in the late 1800s. Inside, a large entrance and sweeping staircase with 12 ft ceilings and wood floors plus trim, giving the manor a grand and opulent appearance. Many of the original features of the house remain. The house sits on just under 5 acres of land and is canopied by massive old trees. It is about 60 minutes away from Montreal and Ottawa, and 4 hours from Toronto.