Lot dimensions 3 935 000 ft² (365 573.46 m²)

Owners’ comments

For Sale in Sainte-Croix, Quebec, one of very few large south shore waterfront parcels of land situated on the bank of the Saint-Laurent River, approximatety 40 kilometers west of Quebec City and 60 kilometers from the city of Trois-Rivières.

At the present time it is being used as a five eigths of a mile paved race track under the name of Circuit Sainte-Croix Riverside Speedway.

The land is downhill on several levels, from the road to the river bank with an unobstructed view to the Quebec Bridge downstream from some points.

For any purchaser, it could be divided into multiple buildable lots with water view for either homes, other projects such as a recreational park, a large personal private estate, or utilized as it presently is as a race track.

The decision of the development of this beautiful parcel of land lies entirely in the vision of any potential buyer.

At present time, the complete land area has two lots on the waterfront side which is north of Route 132 of approximately three million square feet, and an additional parcel south of Route 132 of approximately one million square feet giving an total land mass of nearly four million square feet.

Prior to deciding the future of this beautiful site all potential buyers should demonstrate due diligence and make the necessary inquiries as to their development of this site.

The asking price for this magnificent property is $2,999,999

From our last research of lots sold in the area they range from $2.15 to $4.54 per square foot. Waterfront lots are always in demand and the prices are mostly superior to inland lots.

Any serious potential buyers that require additional information may do so by contacting Guy Guerard secretary treasurer at (450) 967-2511 or by E-Mail at guyguerard@videotron.ca

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Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Asking Price
Certificate of Location

Lot description:

  • Waterfront
  • Panoramic view
  • Water view

Complete list of property features

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Documents - Offer to purchase and counteroffer


Commercial Lot for sale

6780 route Marie-Victorin

Ste-Croix Chaudière-Appalaches

No. 850585

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