12 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
Lot dimensions 29x45 m (95.14x147.64 ft)

Owners’ comments

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Superb buildings of 4½ very large, construction 2011. The building is located in a new residential development on the south shore of Quebec City just 10 minutes from the bridges near Highway 73. Superior insulation. Area of choice near services.

The accommodations have both bedrooms and a large additional room useful for an office or interior storage.

The accommodation is rented on average $800/month, unheated and unlit. Including 2 parking spaces per unit. The apartments on the ground floor have radian floors.

Very good neighborhood, very good tenants. Tranquility. Located near a wooded area. Access to the motorway very easy. Well lit up. Well maintained landscaping.
There are no dogs in the building. The building is smoke-free.

Stability: only one dwelling had to be rented last year (July 2016) and no departure this year (July 2017). All accommodations are rented until June 30, 2018! There's never been a vacation in these buildings.

Cause of the sale: retirement.

Contact me for more information: Jean-François Breton 418-928-6738.

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Property features

Asking Price
Year of construction
Occupation rate
Certificate of Location
Courtyard orientation
Number of parkings
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2 Bedroom
Bedrooms (total)

External facing:

  • Brick
  • Vinyl Siding


  • Cast concrete


  • Asphalt shingle

Floor coverings:

  • Laminate
  • Ceramic


  • PVC

Heating source:

  • Electric
  • Radiant


  • Air exchanger


  • Bath and shower

Parking / Driveway:

  • Asphalt


  • Highway access
  • Residential area

Lot description:

  • Flat geography
  • Mature trees

Near Commerce:

  • Supermarket
  • Drugstore

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Room dimensions

Storey: Other
Dimensions: 55' 6" x 36' (16,92 m x 10,97 m)
Flooring: Laminate

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No. 719241

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