This Owl's Head nest is going for a cool $18.5 million

If you need some more elbow room and want to add a property, round up the bill to $20 million.

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This Estrie getaway underwent a transformation in 2020. Didn’t we all.

Promoted by a real-estate company as one of the most expensive properties listed in the Estrie area, $18.5 million will get you a little over 11,000 square metres of lakeside property — that’s about the size of a city block — with two private beaches. Oh, and there’s a house, too.

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The home overlooking Lake Memphremagog looks like it was redesigned with playtime in mind. There’s a pool, pool table, full bar, home theatre system, boat garage with guest loft and a ton of places — like a built-in wardobe — to play hide and seek. Plus Owl’s Head is right there if you’re into skiing or golf or majestic views.

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For entertaining, there’s seating on nearly every flat space outdoors, including the terrace pool area, plus a wine cellar built into the rock and apparently guarded by a sculpted wine guy with a staff.

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The kitchen is all cheery, cherry woodwork under 13-foot ceilings.

Round that up to $20 million?

If one house isn’t quite enough for you, Royal LePage says there might be a chance to buy the neighbouring property with its guest house and tennis court. It’ll just add $1.5 million to the tab.

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