Here's How Much The Mansion Adele Used In The Easy On Me Video Costs

Powerfully soulful and rich, Adele's voice has crowned her queen of English pop, and made her a darling to lovers of traditionally crafted songs. She's also a powerful internet influencer with over 49 million followers on Instagram. Shortly after Billboard's estimation that her "Weekend with Adele" Las Vegas show generated over $50 million in ticket sales in December 2021, the Quebec mansion where Adele filmed "Go Easy on Me" surfaced on a housing listing.

FYI, while Adele's property portfolio as presented by Love Property reveals that the $22 million net worth singer-songwriter has three mega-mansions in Beverly Hills and two houses in London, the Quebec mansion doesn't belong to her. Besides, according to another analysis of how Adele spends her fortune — this one by Luxury Launches – it did not mention the sprawling Quebec estate. So, whose house is it, when and where is it listed, how much is it, and is it worth the price? Get all your answers in the following section below.

Inside the $4.3 million Quebec mansion where Adele's 'Easy on Me' was filmed

This enchanting Canadian estate sitting on 173 acres of land situated about 100 miles from the U.S. border is all yours for $4.3 million, as noted by the New York Post. The fairytale mansion featuring six stunning buildings and one chapel, and is listed on Engel & Völkers by the current owner, entrepreneur Benoit Dumont, People shares. Now, let's take a walk around the Domaine Dumont Chapelle Ste-Agnes vineyard to see if it is worth the money.

Starting with the manor's red ballroom that is the focal point of the "Easy on Me" video, Forbes describes it as having arched windows, exposing potted indoor plants to daylight. But at night, it's lit by decorative Elizabeth chandeliers, which hang above truly stunning dining furniture set. Second to this is a glamorous, white, French-style castle with several guest rooms to give more commercial options to whoever is buying the estate, according to Seattle Refined. Then the main building is a mix of modern and gothic architecture and is said to have been built in 2008. Close to this is a chapel surrounded by 7,000 vines and a standard facility for the production of wine and ice, as noted by Metro. In a nutshell, the 173 acre vineyard estate boasts a three-car garage, a chapel, a ballroom, a castle, a reception hall, a guest house, and a wine production facility.