This new home enjoys a magnificent view of Mount Bromont from its location on the opposite mountainside. The landscaping succeeds in blurring the lines between native woods and man-made spaces. Because making a home in the forest means choosing nature and the environment! The architecture is unusual, with the rear of the house becoming the facade. A perch fence separates the stone terrace from the driveway, both positioned in the "back" yard. The rustic wood structure separates these two inviting spaces.