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The Quebec mansion from Adele’s ‘Easy On Me’ video is for sale

Adele fans will be keen to know the country mansion from her Easy on Me music video has hit the market

The Quebec estate includes the grand, dark red ballroom that is the main set in the video, with arched doors, glass chandeliers, and a painted floral ceiling.

Photography: Engel & Völkers Montréal

The Sutton property lies in a wine-growing part of the Sutton Mountain range, around 90 minutes outside Montréal. Named Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel, the 173-acre, high-altitude Canadian estate comprises six buildings, including its renovated manor house, with a tower, a separate guest house, modern wine cellars, and a Romanesque chapel, from which its name derives.

Its real highlight, though, is the private vineyard with over 7,000 hillside vines and a production facility for making ice, red, white and port wine.

Easy on Me depicts the British singer moving out of the mansion, which features empty interiors piled with dust sheets, stacked chairs and paintings, and then driving off in a vintage truck, stacked high with furniture.

The Quebec property is asking 5.5 million CAD by Engel & Völkers Montréal.

Photography: Engel & Völkers Montréal
Photography: Engel & Völkers Montréal
Photography: Engel & Völkers Montréal

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