Lot dimensions 98.77 arpents (3 634 914.76 ft²)

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Farming land for sale located on the rank Saint-Hyacinthe, Mirabel (Saint-Hermas sector).

This lot is currently dedicated to the cultivation of grain corn and soybeans, without buildings. It is located about 10 minutes from Highway 50 and near Highway 148.

The number of notches is estimated at 1,000. A forest management plan (done in 2019) is available. The lot is not drained.

This lot bears the number 1 847,167 (83.5 acres - 98.77 acres), approximately 60% under cultivation and 40% wooded. The land is leased and the lease ends on December 31, 2019. The current harvest remains the property of the tenant.

Woods consist mainly of sugar maple.

The land is accessible by the rank Saint-Hyacinthe and is bounded on the east side by the climb Lavigne.

Asking price is $987,700 plus DST and QST.

( Agents and brokers, please abstain.)

For further information, please contact:

Denis Paquette (co-owner) 514-654-4735.
E-mail: denispaquetteca@hotmail.comr

Agricultural land for sale consisting of the following lots rank Saint-Hyacinthe, Mirabel (Saint-Hermas sector). Three lots for sale that are currently dedicated to the cultivation of corn and soybeans, without any building. These lots are located about 10 minutes from Highway 50 and near Highway 148. The number of notches is estimated at 2,000. A forest management plan (done in 2019) is available. Batches are not drained. These lots could be used for greenhouse cultivation of canabis (subject to approval by the City of Mirabel). Lot 1,847,167 with 83.5 acres (98.77 arpents) Approximately 60% in cultivation and 40% wooded. The land was leased until December 31, 2019 and the former tenant is interested in continuing the rental. Woods consist mainly of sugar maple. The land is accessible by the rank Saint-Hyacinthe and is bounded on the east side by the Montée Lavigne. Price asked is $987,700 plus GST and QST (any reasonable offer could be considered). Lots 2,521,184 and 2,049,813 with 58.02 acres (68.68 arpents) Approximately 58% in cultivation and 42% wooded. The land was leased until December 31, 2019 and the former tenant is interested in continuing the rental. Woods consist mainly of sugar maple. The 2 sets must be sold together. The land is accessible by the rank Saint-Hyacinthe and is bounded on the west side by the Montée Lavigne. Price asked is $686,800 plus GST and QST (any reasonable offer could be considered). The municipal evaluation for the 3 lots as of October 23, 2019 is $597,200 (unifor bet of $621,088). For further information please contact: Denis Paquette (co-owner) 514-654-4735. E-mail: denispaquetteca@hotmail.com

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$987,700

Arable Land for sale

No. 881524

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