Prepare yourself… to experience natural beauty at the peak of perfection.

a. The Investment

Introducing a private collection of 1 to 2-acre prime lots in the most prestigious areas within Mont Tremblant. With prices more affordable than ever before, don't miss this limited opportunity to own a piece of one of Canada's most prized and valued treasures.

Generation Homes can even take you one step further, offering you a stylish and contemporary designed home tailored specifically to your needs…you can afford to start imagining your dream.

b. The Location

Retreat to your own private haven and lose yourself outdoors!

"Tremblant investments have tripled…It's a booming market - it's the region's biggest year" March, 2006 - the National Post

Mont Tremblant is located in the beautiful Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada. Home to some of Hollywood's biggest stars, it offers the perfect setting for your winter vacations and summer escapes. With over 600 acres of skiing and snowboarding terrain, a picturesque village, hiking and mountain biking trails and the best public golf courses in Quebec, there's always lots to see and do. Experience restaurants, nightlife, culture, shopping and galleries like you've never seen them before - all winter and summer long at Mont Tremblant!

c. The Concept

The two-storey glass structure that embraces nature's beauty with a 360-degree view

Generation Homes is pleased to announce something never seen before - a complete glass home, designed by the Generation Homes team and Dan Molenaar of Toronto's MAFCO HOUSE, which embraces views that are built alongside mountains and hillsides. Given the beauty and surrounding of it's environment, an entire connection to the outdoors is a priority.

The homes have been fully inspired by the topographic features of the land, the orientation of the building to the sun's path and the conservation of the site - providing a meaningful design with environmental sensitivity.

Generation Homes is influenced by a mid-century look inspired by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Pierre Koening and Ray and Charles Eames. These glass houses are modeled after an international style of modernism, which were built in the 1940's to 1960's on foothills and mountains - suiting the Laurentians perfectly.

d. The Landscape

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E. The SUMMIT - 26 breathtaking estates await your arrival...

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