The auction house Sotheby and Sons announced its first online-only auction on Tuesday for a home that has been in the family for generations.
It is an estate that is known for its luxury homes, including one in a suburb of Toronto where one in four residents lives below the poverty line.
Auctions on eBay and Amazon.ca started Tuesday, and will be open to the public for two weeks.
The home is on the west side of Montreal in the Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle neighbourhood.
The family moved here from the U.K. in 1912 and built it on their family farm, where they had an indoor swimming pool.
It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.
The house has a swimming pool and garden, as well as a kitchen, and a library.
The family bought the house from its previous owner in 2002, who also bought it in 2002.
The property is located on land that belonged to the family of Louis-Philippe, who died in 1917.
The house’s current owner is a longtime friend of the family, according to Sothebys’ press release.
It’s been vacant for decades, but is being restored by the family.
“We have two kids and they love it,” said the man who lives in the house.
“We just want to keep it beautiful.”
“I have to tell you, it is quite beautiful.
It doesn’t have the grandeur of some of the big houses out there, but it is gorgeous,” he added.
The estate was purchased by the Sothebords in 2014 for $3.4 million, and was previously listed for $2.2 million.