Adele’s music is the type of emotional pop that conjures fantasies in your mind—and even if those fantasies are often filled with heartbreak, we’d still love to step right into one of these lush soundscapes once in a while. Now, you can do more than just play pretend. You can actually live in Adele’s world.
The house featured in the hit-maker’s recent smash “Easy on Me” is currently listed for sale in Quebec, Canada.
To call the Sutton estate “grand” would still be an understatement. Dubbed “Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel,” the European-style resort compound spreads across 173 acres of gorgeous wooded land and boasts six unique buildings, including a bonafide castle.
The official listing, held by David O’Malley of Engel & Völkers, pitches the home as a beautiful multi-generational residence perfect for large families and groups of friends. The land could also be parceled into different lots, many of which are ready for development.
Located less than an hour from the American border, the estate’s buildings are spread across the land in a quaint village-like setting. All in all, the listing features 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms as well as four shower rooms across its massive offerings. The main residence was built in 1846, and while it was renovated to keep up with the times in 1990 and 2021, that sense of old-world majesty remains (as if evidenced in Adele’s music video).
The exteriors are all incredibly charming an unique, from the castle’s cobblestone facing to cottage-like fairy-tale homes. Exposed brick, stone ceilings, ornate iron-wrought details and more await the lucky buyer who dreams of living in a storybook world.
Beyond the rich detail of the interior, the estate also comes with a three-car garage, a loft, a chapel, a reception hall dating back to 2008, and an impressive vineyard with more than 7,000 fruiting vines and all the equipment necessary to produce your own red, white or port wine.
The home is currently listed for $5,499,000, and viewings are available for serious buyers. Visit the official listing to see more pictures of the famous estate and learn more about the listing details.
Photography by: YouTube video