This unique residence is perched on the heights of the Frelighsburg’s village, in Monteregie. Along the banks of the "Rivière aux brochets," this neo-gothic residence has retained its original character while incorporating the contemporary design. The entire dwelling remains an emblem of heritage.
Upon entering the site, the origin of this place remains: the mature vegetation has been preserved in its entirety and the courtyard remains a place of recollection. The main entrance between this church and the presbytery as well as the positive impact of the imposing architecture of this residence transports us to a place endowed with a comforting soul.
With a volume of 40 000 cubic feet, the original intention was to preserve the essence of this historic area and make it a prestigious place. Combining two very important criteria, the architectural aspect as well as the functionality of the interior spaces, this residential project has come to real brilliantly.
From the inside, it is possible to see the bell tower, still functional from a Baltimore foundry weighing 850 pounds. The huge organ, an imposing architectural aspect on the 2nd floor, blends perfectly with the décor and brings prestige to this luxurious residence.
Fenestration plays an important role in these locations. The windows, personalized and specially designed and made by FAbelta, preserve the historical aspect of the design while bringing a contemporary modern touch. Capturing light through its imposing windows, the residence offers stunning views of the rest of the site.
The product of Fabelta’s pure aluminum series presents a clean design with a neat and luminous architecture while respecting the principles of sustainable development. Entirely designed and manufactured in Quebec, these windows have been designed to meet new energy standards and to offer imposing dimensions that respect market trends.