2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
2 levels
Living space area (basement exclu.) 1 216 ft² (112.97 m²)
Lot dimensions 28 359 ft² (2 634.64 m²) approx.

Owners’ comments

Automated translation

Charming 1 1/2 floor centenary house renovated while keeping the original cachet. Hardwood floor, 2nd floor in original wood plank, original double window, wood stove, garage, barn and workshop. All roofs are made of sheet metal. Several fruit trees, such as plum, cherry, vines (blue grapes), raspberry (red, yellow and black). You'll fall under the spell! I offer you to pay the notary fee.

Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Property Style
Heritage
Asking Price
$125,000
Building dimensions
18.5x32.5 ft (5.64x9.91 m)
Year of construction
1837

External facing:

  • Wood

Floor coverings:

  • Hardwood
  • Vinyl

Heating source:

  • Wood stove
  • Electric

Equipment/Services Included:

  • Central vacuum
  • Shed
  • Purification field
  • Septic tank
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer
  • Stove
  • Dryer
  • Barn

Bathroom:

  • Claw Foot Bathtub

Basement:

  • Crawl space

Renovations and upgrades:

  • Insulation
  • Doors

Garage:

  • Detached
  • Single

Carport:

  • Detached

Location:

  • No backyard neighbors
  • Residential area

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Storey
Room
Dimensions
Flooring
Bathroom
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 10' x 11' (3,05 m x 3,35 m)
Flooring: Linoleum
Bedroom 1 (Master)
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 10' x 11' (3,05 m x 3,35 m)
Flooring: Soft wood
Dining Room / Kitchen
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 12' x 21' (3,66 m x 6,4 m)
Flooring: Soft wood
Living room
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 11' x 21' (3,35 m x 6,4 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Bedroom 2
Storey: Upper Level
Dimensions: 13' x 23' (3,96 m x 7,01 m)
Flooring: Soft wood

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Monthly
Annual
School taxes
$19.17
$230.00
Electricity
$166.67
$2,000.00
Property taxes
$88.19
$1,058.32
Insurance
$100.00
$1,200.00

Property transfer duties

In Quebec, the property transfer duties is a tax that all municipalities must collect from the new owner (buyer) of a property.

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Documents - Offer to purchase and counteroffer

$125,000

1 1/2 Storey for sale

No. 841979

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