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In the heart of Downtown Montreal, in what was known as the Golden Square Mile sits one of the last of the Great Estates of the early 20th century. This real-life Downton Abbey is believed to be the only home outside the US designed by the renowned architect Charles Platt, who is credited for having worked on homes for the Astor’s, Rockefeller’s and Vanderbilt's. This great home sits on a nearly 2 acre lot with Mount-Royal as its backdrop. The completion of this architectural marvel was undertaken by businessman and philanthropist J.W. McConnell in 1924. Inspired by the architecture of Mediterranean villas, the 67 room mansion celebrates the past while looking decidedly to the future.