Quebec mansion where Adele’s “Easy on Me” was filmed for sale
Engel & Völkers Montréal is currently brokering a home that served as the backdrop for Adele’s recent single “Easy on Me”. Having previously worked on the music video for “Hello”, the Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan and Adele reunited in Quebec to tell a moving and minimalist story using this one-of-a-kind property. As seen in the Daily Mail, Forbes and People, the breathtaking Eastern Township home located in Sutton, Quebec is currently listed for $5,499,000.
Built in 1846, the Domaine Dumont Chapelle Ste-Agnès is situated on the Sutton Mountain range. This 173-acre European-style estate has a total of six buildings, including a chapel, a guest home, and a castle, encompassing 10 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in total. The site also features several additional lots poised for development and a 11,000 tap maple grove. The property also includes a private vineyard with over 7,000 hillside vines and a production facility for making ice, red, white and port wine.
Complete with arched doors, glass chandeliers and a painted floral ceiling, the dramatic dark red ballroom in the main residence served as backdrop for Adele’s comeback single. In the music video, Adele moves in and out of the estate, showcasing the mansion for all of its beauty. The video ends with Adele driving down the road with her belongings in tow, into a brighter future filled with colour and joy.
Read about this one-of-a-kind property in the National Post!
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