$40 Million Dollar Abandoned Mansion With A Secret Bunker

Today, we’re exploring what was at one time, the most expensive mansion in all of Canada.

 

Listed at nearly $40,000,000, this now vacant mansion comes with its own built in entirely self-sufficient emergency bunker.

 

The mansion, which was built by and lived in by a real estate developer who made his fortune in Canada building suburban homes, office towers and shopping malls is a 28,000 square foot french inspired chateau with 14 washrooms, 10 bedrooms, 7 wood burning fireplaces, a 50 foot indoor pool – and did I mention the bunker?

This massive mansion has been visited by prime ministers, Hollywood royalty, held extravagant parties and has been featured in several movies and television shows.

Join me as I explore and guide you through this massive abandoned mansion!

$40 Million Dollar Mansion Video Tour

Abandoned Mansion Exterior and Grounds

Main Floor of this Abandoned Mansion

$40,000,000 Abandoned Mansion Indoor Pool

The Hidden Secret Emergency Bunker in the Abandoned Mansion

In the basement, in a room with several identical doors, behind one of those doors is a huge metal door, several inches thick.
 
Beyond that door, down a few steps is a hallway, above your head are what appear to be water and oxygen tanks, a sharp left and a sharp right and through another thick steel reinforced door you enter a small room with a heater and air conditioned and a small room off to the right.
 
Continue straight and you enter another room full of water tanks, oxygen tanks, knobs, dials and more. A small room contains a generator connected to a car battery and some kind of exhaust or drain that heads deeper underground into another tunnel that heads farther beyond under the back yard.
 
I have been unable to find any information about this bunker and why it is there. I did learn that former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau was good friends with the man who built the home. I do wonder if perhaps Mr Trudeau visited here often enough that it was deemed necessary to build him his own emergency bunker?

The 2nd and 3rd Floors of this Abandoned Billionaires Mansion

My Goofle Self Portraits

2 thoughts on “$40 Million Dollar Abandoned Mansion With A Secret Bunker”

  1. I was wondering if this property was in Ontario. Also, is it still standing or like so many other great paces, is it slated for demolition? I certainly hope not as I think it would make a great vacation/resort/spa destination.

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