Canadian auto racing legend Jacques Villeneuve—he was crowned Formula One World Champion in 1997—has his remote lakefront cabin in Quebec on the market for $5.07M. That seems like a lot of cash for a three-bed, three-bath log cabin an hour and a half from Montreal, but not when the 851 acre property is factored in, which includes the entire lake. Totally secluded and accessed down a private, 1.5-mile dirt road, the cabin is "energy independent" and, frankly, an unlikely place for a racing driver to seek solace. Perhaps this is where Villeneuve came up with the harebrained idea to start a music career. In 2007, he released his first album, Private Paradise, which despite his superstardom in the world of auto racing, sold just 836 copies in North America that year.
· 109 Ch. du Lac [Sotheby's International Realty]