Domaine Avalon stands out across Quebec with its incomparable apartment complex, located on an enchanting equestrian site just a few minutes from Sutton village.
In the heart of the Eastern Townships region, this peaceful and serene setting has a complex of 14 renovated apartments, all of which offer an incomparable view of Mont Sutton and the horses on the property. Rentals are for a minimum period of 1 year.
As the property is located on Quebec’s Wine Route and is close to several tourist and outdoor destinations, many activities await you. Enjoy excellent restaurants, walk on the Townships Trail, cycle in nature, climb Mont Sutton, enjoy a thalassotherapy center (seawater spa), visit art galleries, exhibitions, and museums, in addition to exploring the charm of nearby villages, such as Knowlton and Frelighsburg. And equestrians have the opportunity to board their horse on-site if you wish or to take riding lessons.
What makes us unique:
- We are less than 3 km from Sutton village.
- We are less than 10 minutes from Mount Sutton ski slopes and 20 minutes from Bromont ski slopes.
- We offer a great place to live, surrounded by nature and animals. One of a kind, the grounds combine the comfort of urban-styled, renovated apartments with the countryside’s peaceful tranquility.
- For horse lovers, we have superb facilities to practice the equestrian discipline of your choice.
Sutton… to plant roots
It is not surprising, then, that so many different types of people choose to make Sutton their home and let their talent, energy, and ideas take root here. Whether you’re an artist, an athlete, a lover of the great outdoors, a retiree, a freelancer, or an entrepreneur, Sutton has something for everyone.
Sutton… for arts and culture
In 2006, the Hill Strategies firm listed Sutton as a haven for artists and members of the cultural community, which would explain the abundant and diversified offering of cultural activities in both winter and summer: concerts, evening storytelling, improvisation nights, repertoire film showings, art shows, and much more.
Sutton… for nature and sports
Those who love sports and outdoor activities will not be left wanting. Of course, Sutton has its renowned alpine ski resort, but it also has hiking, cross-country, and snowshoe trails, not to mention bike routes and outdoor skating rinks, and it hosts many sporting challenges, in running and cycling, for instance. Young and old can all enjoy practicing their favorite sports—such as soccer, baseball, curling or swimming—at our sports facilities.
Sutton… for its services
What’s more, most of our sports, cultural and community organizations, all great places to meet and share, offer activities and services in both languages. Bilingualism here starts in early childhood. As a matter of fact, Sutton’s elementary school is one of the only schools in Quebec to welcome children from both the anglophone and francophone school boards.
Sutton… a welcoming town
Sutton is open to the world. Since 1976 it has hosted the largest Swiss National Day celebration outside of Switzerland. Residents age 50 and older can take advantage of one of the 28 satellite branches of the Université du troisième âge, which offers quality courses and speakers. Also, since late 2012, the entire territory has enjoyed high-speed Internet access so that all Suttonites can delight in country life while keeping in touch with their family, friends, and clients.
Sutton… for a quality of life
In short, choosing to live in Sutton is to choose an exceptional quality of life! On top of benefiting from a wide range of services, Suttonites from all generations share a common interest in protecting nature and sustainable living. We invite you to explore the Sutton website’s section on culture, recreation, and community living. You’ll also find information here on the municipality’s by-laws.
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