1 bedroom
1 bathroom
1 level
Living space area (basement exclu.) 600 ft² (55.74 m²)
Lot dimensions 1 030.3 m² (11 090.06 ft²)

Owners’ comments

Automated translation

For sale. Cozy small house of 30 x 20 feet in a resort area that was restored in 2009. Very well maintained. Garage-workshop of 20 x 14 feet, insulated with electric heating and a shed of 8 x 11. Possibility to buy gardening items, storage cabinets, mower, swing etc. Magnificent plot of 1030.30 square meters, lined with shrubs, cedar hedges and mature trees. Intenured privacy. Close to snowmobile and mountain biking trails, campground and municipal pool. 20 minutes from the bridges. A visit will charm you.

Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Property Style
Open area
Price Detail
with Workshop
Asking Price
$154,000
Municipal Assessment
$118,000
Backyard Faces
South-East
Year of construction
1976

Floor coverings:

  • Laminate

Heating source:

  • Electric
  • Propane gas
  • Baseboard

Kitchen:

  • Wooden cabinets

Equipment/Services Included:

  • Septic tank
  • Fireplace
  • Washer
  • Ceiling fixtures
  • Well
  • Dryer
  • Blinds

Bathroom:

  • Bath and shower

Renovations and upgrades:

  • Painting

Garage:

  • Heated

Location:

  • Residential area

Lot description:

  • Hedged
  • Patio/deck

Near Recreational Services:

  • ATV trails
  • Swimming pool

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Storey
Room
Dimensions
Flooring
Bathroom
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 7' 5" x 14' (2,26 m x 4,27 m)
Flooring: Vinyl
Bedroom 1 (Master)
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 10' x 12' (3,05 m x 3,66 m)
Flooring: Laminate
Living / Dining room
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 20' x 15' (6,1 m x 4,57 m)
Flooring: Laminate

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Monthly
Annual
Mortgage
Property taxes
$117.51
$1,410.08
School taxes
$18.54
$222.48
Insurance
$42.25
$507.00
Heating
$125.00
$1,500.00

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

$154,000

Bungalow for sale

No. 865705

With Workshop
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