3 bedrooms
1 bathroom
2 levels
Living space area (basement exclu.) 1 500 ft² (139.35 m²)
Lot dimensions 20 000 ft² (1 858.06 m²)

Owners’ comments

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A haven of peace... this house is for you!!!

Beautiful country house on a plot of 20,000 square feet, half of which is wooded. Mature trees and some floral arrangements.

Very quiet and safe environment. Surrounded by pleasant neighbors on the front side of the house and beautiful privacy on the other three sides.

This house has received a lot of love over the past twelve years.

The first part, built on one floor in the 1970s, comprises a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

The second part, built on two floors in the 1980s, includes a dining room, an office and a large bedroom upstairs.

Several rooms have open space which allows to ventilate the house.

The basement is divided into three sections: the first, located on the front of the house, is an 8-foot high section (cement); the second, located on the back of the house, is a 5-foot high section (earth); and the third, located in the section built in the 1980s, is an 8-foot high section (concrete).

Our house has been well maintained and has undergone improvements over the years:

    • Interior repainted - Varnished cabinets - New hardwood flooring in the kitchen and living room in 2016
    • Exterior galleries redone, varnished and protected in summer 2016
    • Exterior painting on wooden walls redone in summer 2015
    • New shed built in the summer of 2013
    • New artesian well pump purchased in the spring of 2013
    • New 40-gallon water heater purchased in the fall of 2012
    • Roofing redone in the fall of 2012

    Surrounding space:

    The area is ideal for nature-loving people in any season.

    Located 5 kilometers from St-Jean-de-Matha.

    Services: grocery store and markets, shops, library, parks and schools, etc.

    Attractions: cut mountain, regional park, slides, golf, museum, etc


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    Property features

    Price Detail
    Asking Price
    Building dimensions
    1 160 ft² (107.77 m²)
    Municipal Assessment
    Year of construction

    External facing:

    • Wood
    • Vinyl Siding

    Floor coverings:

    • Hardwood
    • Soft wood
    • Ceramic

    Heating source:

    • Electric


    • Wooden cabinets
    • Stove
    • Fridge
    • Double sink

    Equipment/Services Included:

    • Shed
    • Purification field
    • Stove
    • Septic tank
    • Ceiling fixtures
    • Well
    • Fridge
    • Blinds
    • Furnished


    • Bath and shower


    • Concrete
    • Unfinished
    • Crawl space

    Renovations and upgrades:

    • Cabinets
    • Floors
    • Plumbing
    • Roof
    • Painting
    • Shed

    Parking / Driveway:

    • Aggregate
    • Double drive
    • Outside


    • No backyard neighbors
    • Residential area

    Lot description:

    • Mature trees

    Complete list of property features

    Room dimensions

    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 9' 7" x 8' 1" (2,92 m x 2,46 m)
    Flooring: Ceramic
    Bedroom 1 (Master)
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 11' 4" x 12' (3,45 m x 3,66 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Bedroom 2
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 13' x 8' 2" (3,96 m x 2,49 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Dining room
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 13' 9" x 10' 6" (4,19 m x 3,2 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 10' 6" x 12' (3,2 m x 3,66 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Living room
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 14' 8" x 14' 4" (4,47 m x 4,37 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 7' 7" x 6' 8" (2,31 m x 2,03 m)
    Flooring: Ceramic
    Bedroom 3
    Storey: 1st floor
    Dimensions: 19' 6" x 14' 4" (5,94 m x 4,37 m)
    Flooring: Soft wood

    Annual and Monthly costs

    Summary of Expenditures
    School taxes
    Property taxes
    Property maintenance

    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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    Country home for sale

    No. 812506

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