4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
2 half baths
3 levels
Lot dimensions 3 000 ft² (278.71 m²)

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Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Property Style
Leasehold
Price Detail
Rent to Own
Asking Price
$360,000
Building dimensions
3 036 ft² (282.05 m²)
Municipal Assessment
$289,000
Backyard Faces
North-West
Year of construction
2012

External facing:

  • Aluminium Siding
  • Concrete
  • Canexel wood fibre siding
  • Stone

Heating source:

  • Electric

Kitchen:

  • Thermoplastic cabinets
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Double sink

Bathroom:

  • Bath and shower
  • Step-up bath
  • Claw Foot Bathtub
  • Two sinks
  • Ceramic Shower
  • Separate Shower

Garage:

  • Attached
  • Heated
  • Excavated
  • Integrated
  • Insulated
  • Garage door opener

Carport:

  • Attached

Location:

  • No backyard neighbors
  • Residential area

Lot description:

  • Waterfront
  • Panoramic view
  • Water view
  • Mountain geography
  • Fenced
  • Patio/deck
  • On the ski hill

Certifications:

  • Energy Star

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Storey
Room
Dimensions
Flooring
Bedroom 1 (Master)
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 10' x 12' (3,05 m x 3,66 m)
Flooring: Laminate
Garage
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 12' x 30' (3,66 m x 9,14 m)
Flooring: Concrete
Suite
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 16' x 30' (4,88 m x 9,14 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Bedroom 2
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 12' x 12' (3,66 m x 3,66 m)
Flooring: Laminate
Dining Room / Living room
Storey: 2nd floor
Dimensions: 24' x 30' (7,32 m x 9,14 m)
Flooring: Bamboo
Open concept
Storey: 3rd floor
Dimensions: 30' x 30' (9,14 m x 9,14 m)
Flooring: Bamboo

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Monthly
Annual
Property taxes
$233.33
$2,800.00
School taxes
$62.50
$750.00
Electricity
$208.33
$2,500.00
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

$360,000

Country home for sale

No. 530297

Rent to Own
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