On the slopes of the Mount Royal in the heart of Westmount, behind stone walls sits this contemporary completely restored and renovated residence with a magnificent view of the city. Built in 1927, this English inspired house boasts 2 ½ floors, exterior stone walls and gabled roofs. Its interior has been completely rebuilt to the highest construction standards offering both elegance and functionality. On the ground floor, the common living areas and the terrace offer a breathtaking view of the city and the St-Lawrence River while enjoying complete privacy. The living room is flooded with natural light thanks to its large windows and is bright and airy. The maple wood floors are found throughout, except where marble proved more appropriate. The solid maple staircase has been built with incredible attention to detail and beautifully combines functionality and design. The kitchen, which opens to the dining room, has been carefully designed to be both functional and inspiring for the most demanding chef. The first floor houses the master bedroom with small hand cut Nepalese paper covered walls. The ensuite bathroom offers an unusual design that is both simple and majestic. In addition to a second bedroom, one can find an office and another bathroom on this floor. The top floor boasts two other bedrooms and a bathroom. In the first basement, one will find a spacious family room with library providing access to a second terrace offering even more privacy. This level also has a spa with dry sauna and wet sauna, as well as a Japanese bath, complemented by a massage room. These rooms are elegantly covered in marble with white oak ceilings. A laundry room, a bathroom and interior access to the garage complete this level. The second basement offers an immense wine cellar and the mechanical room.