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The Historical Chartwell Estate, Bel Air

This enhanced and restored residence, formerly created in 1935, engaged legendary French designer Henri Samuel who is known for his home designs for the Vanderbilts, Rothchilds, and Valentino. The architecture-interior to exterior aesthetic, heavily incorporates 18’th Century French Neoclassical design, thence the approximate 25,000 square foot floor plan is suited for entertainment and living on the grandest of scales.

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Refined Fifth Avenue Living

This timeless estate, created in 1932 by Rosario Candela, is the largest and most prestigious of Fifth Avenue’s buildings. With its entirety consisting of 12,000 +/square feet, Central Park is the most commanding view to the west, while the Empire State Building to the south is coupled with freeing eastern exposures.

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Mississauga’s Most Prestigious Neighborhood

Ornately dazzling, immaculately perplexing, and beautifully angelic, these are of just some ways to describe Mississauga’s most prestigious neighborhood, and more specifically the wondrous estate known as 2401 Doulton Place. As you peer through the impressive iron gates surrounding the property, curiosity intrigues you to venture further into this massive five bedroom, seven bathroom executive home. 

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