Adele's “Easy on Me” House Is on the Market For $4.3 Million
During the 300-odd times I’ve played Adele’s “Easy on Me” on loop, I never once guessed that the wine-red room where she serenaded us with tales of romance and heartbreak was located on a 173-acre vineyard, but maybe the wallpaper should’ve given it away.
Just two months after the release of the chart-topping hit, German real estate agency Engel & Völkers has put the estate from the “Easy on Me” music video up for sale for approximately $4.3 million. That’s a major price tag for a place stacked high with vintage furniture and empty picture frames, but when Adele isn’t busy demolishing the decor with the sheer force of her voice, the Canadian estate is actually incredibly elegant – even if the main house only has one bathroom.
Domain Dumont, built in 1846, features one full bath, one half bath, and one bedroom fit for a royal. The price range may sound steep for a single house, but the surrounding Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel consists of five additional buildings, including a chapel and a castle. The European-style estate, located just north of the US-Canada border, also appears along Québec’s wine route and includes a vineyard of 7,000 vines in altitude equipped with everything you need to make ice wine, red, white, and port.
In total, the estate consists of 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, four powder rooms, and at least three lavish dining rooms perfect for hosting a sit-down dinner or a 30-themed soirée. Take a virtual tour of the house for yourself and rewatch Adele’s “Easy on Me” video ahead (glass of wine recommended).