A WORLD APART, a world unto itself. You will not find a better built home. Inspired by the local architecture, we call the style of this home Townshipper. Not at all remote yet as private as it can be. About 1 kilometer from the road, on an entrance drive winding its way through a leafy forest. 79.44 acres. Mountain view!AddendumThe 199 Mont-Echo, Brome Lake:You will not find a better constructed residence than this, designed by an architect and built under the watchful eye of the owner.Quality flooring throughout featuring slate in the entrance hall, the laundry, the wine cellar, one of the baths and two powder rooms. Practical ceramic tile is used in the entrance to the annex, the workshop and three of the baths. All other floor surfaces are in beautiful local ash, and cedar on the veranda.Guest quarters with a separate entrance at the garden level could be used as a granny or nanny suite.The Annex: The three-car garage, 33x44, with 9-foot doors, has lots of storage and houses the generator. There is a laundry off the entry for those messy jobs and lots of storage. Your high and bright atelier is 11x22. Upstairs you will find an enormous games room, 33x44, with a gas fireplace, a wet bar and ash flooring. The games room above the garage could easily be converted to a spacious and comfortable home office. This area is included in the total living area.The forest consists in large portion of maples with a potential of at least 5300 taps (estimate provided by the Ministère de l'Energie et des Ressources du Québec in March 1981).Characteristics:- 600 amp electrical input,- Generator (for the whole house)- All doors are made of ash- Outdoor red cedar cladding- "MAC" metal roof- 14 zones heated floorThe amount of $3,000,000 is based on the insured appraised replacement cost of the house (excluding the Annex building) of $2,095,000. The price is negotiable.