About our correspondent: Frederic Blanchet is a photographer at Immophoto.ca since 2013 and rich with 25 years of experience in professional photography, he combines both ambient light with the more modern techniques such as HDR to capture the essence of the places he explores.

For my first contribution on TOWER TRIP, I wanted to share my pictures of this stunning 1160 sq/ft penthouse located in the heart of HOMA, Montréal.

For more info about this property, see the official listing page of realtor Stephane Dubé.

All pictures by Immophoto – Frédéric Blanchet

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Some of the fine materials used are :

– hickory wood floor,
– custom made metal banister,
– oak stairs,
– high-end electro-appliances,
– high-end lighting,
– custom made curtains and blinds,
– teck furniture in the bathroom.

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Featuring a kitchen with a contemporary look with white thermoplastic cabinets and quartz countertops.

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Observe the volumes and the look of both the living room and the dining room, with beautiful arches and recessed LED, which enhance the brightness of the large windows.

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Frederic Blanchet
Photographer at Immophoto.ca since 2013 and rich with 25 years of experience in professional photography, Frederic combines both ambient light with the more modern techniques such as HDR to capture the essence of the places he explores. He’s not afraid to climb a rock or move the whole furniture to achieve the look he envisioned.