The enchanting Canadian compound the place Adele filmed her “Easy on Me” music video has simply hit the market for $4.3 million.
Located in Quebec, a couple of minutes from the American border and an hour-and-a-half from Montreal, the 173-acre European-style property options six completely different properties together with a fort.
Named “Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel,” it additionally holds a winery with 7,000 vines and boats panoramic mountain views, in line with the itemizing.
All six buildings span a complete of 10 bedrooms and 14 bogs. The fundamental residence was inbuilt 1946 and renovated in 1990 and once more final yr. A visitor house was later added in 1997. A chapel and the fort with a reception ball had been inbuilt 2008. The property additionally options 1000’s of maple bushes and a three-car storage.
“A spectacular multi-generational site with many houses for your family and friends,” the itemizing notes. “Several lots ready to develop for a major real estate project and multiple other possibilities including a maple grove project with these 11,000 taps.”
Photos of the compound present the crimson ballroom the place a lot of the video, launched on Oct. 14, 2021, was filmed.
The present proprietor is Canadian entrepreneur, Benoit Dumont.
David O’Malley with Engel & Völkers holds the itemizing.
Within a day of Adele’s launch of her new single — her first since 2016 — it broke the Spotify report for most international streams in a day, the streaming service introduced in a social media assertion.
The “Easy on Me” begins in black and white as Adele is seen choosing up her suitcase about to go away the house. Halfway by the video, the video adjustments into shade and the room is revealed to be darkish crimson with velvet partitions, patterned drapes and a crystal chandelier — the stately eating room of “Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel.”
Photos present the eating room with a portrait of Adele hung on the far wall of the room as a nod to the video.