If you’re in a head-on collision with a car, there’s a good chance you’ll need a wheelchair.
For someone who has a spinal cord injury, the best home is the one with a bed.
And there’s no better way to spend a Christmas night than in the living room.
Here are our top 10 best Christmas houses for those who need help with mobility.
Chateau de la Ville, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada There are no pictures of this famous house, but it’s the most iconic in the city.
Designed by Louis XV, the Chateaux de la ville is a magnificent example of French Colonial architecture.
The family of four has owned the property for a century, and even today they’ve built a private terrace on the site.
The roof of the house features a carved bronze figure of the King of France, which is a popular decoration for any French house.
You can buy a replica of the sculpture here.
The House of the Vincennes, Quebec The Vincennes are the most popular French residence in the world.
Built in 1837, it is a grand affair, featuring a stone staircase that goes all the way down to the top floor.
The house is located in a lovely village, and has a number of historic and modern features.
The interior has been restored to its original state, with wood and stone ceilings, original furnishings, and a beautiful garden.
The property is also available as a holiday retreat for groups of up to 15 people, and can be booked through the Château de Vincenne website.
Biltmore House, Virginia Beach, Virginia The most famous house in the state of Virginia, The Biltmores are famous for their French style.
The residence is located on the historic estate of James and Mary Biltmeyer, and the estate’s name is also a play on the word ‘biltmore’.
The Bountons family, who owned the estate for a few decades, was very generous with the property.
The owners spent $20,000 to restore the original design of the home and have now expanded the estate to house 40 people.
The Boulanger, a house with a view of the Virginia countryside, was also renovated in the 1960s and has become a popular destination for families and friends to visit.
Vignes House, Montreal, Canada The home of a famous Quebec family, the Vignés house is the most expensive house in Canada.
Designed in the 18th century, the house has a spectacular view of Lake Pontchartrain, and is one of the world’s most exclusive and beautiful mansions.
It has been sold for a staggering $16.3 million, making it the most valuable house in Quebec.
A replica of its original was also built in 2007 for the family who now live there.
Voorhees, New Jersey In New Jersey, Voorhes is known as ‘the place where the air smells of smoke’.
Located in the town of Voorhies, it’s a former military camp on the banks of the Monongahela River.
The home is surrounded by the Monongalia Mountains, and overlooks the Hudson River.
Built around 1797, the property is one the largest in New Jersey.
It’s now being restored to a state of historic preservation, with a restored version of the original as well as a replica.
L’Abbé de la Gourde, Quebec A charming family farmhouse built in 1836, the abbé is a small house with two rooms, one of which is the kitchen.
There are two other bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The main floor features a French-style fireplace.
This was originally owned by a prominent family, but was subsequently bought by a wealthy businessman, and subsequently demolished.
Montmartre House, Quebec Located on the outskirts of Quebec City in a rural part of the province, Montmartres house is one that is quite well known in Quebec City.
It was built by the Marquis de Montmartred, and was built in the 19th century as a military house.
It is a well-known destination for French people, as it is located right across the street from the Louvre Museum.
8. The L’Angèle de Montmédame, Quebec This elegant French home has been in the family since the 16th century.
It features a series of courtyards, a large balcony, a huge garden, and an indoor swimming pool.
Lourdes, Quebec In Quebec, Lourderes is a beautiful, old-style French cottage.
It stands in the small town of Lourd, and features a spectacular location overlooking the Lachine Canal.
It also has a lovely, modern and contemporary living room and dining room.
The Queen of Versailles, France The Queen’s house is a masterpiece of modern