Lot dimensions 30x30 ft (9.14x9.14 m)

Owners’ comments

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Dairy bar and crust breaker.

  • Possibility to sell the business
    • kitchen beverage license
    • ice cream machines almost new
    • gelato machine, ice cream maker

    The building

    • air conditioning
    • large cold room
    • fridge and freezer includes
    • terrace and playpen
    • a small room on the second floor to store
    • bathroom accessible to the disabled


    Located in the heart of the road 323 between Gatineau and 20 minutes from Mont-Tremblant with 4 wheel trails and ski-doo just back.

  • Complete Description
    Complete Description

    Property features

    Asking Price
    Year of construction
    Building dimensions
    30x30 ft (9.14x9.14 m)
    General condition
    Certificate of Location
    In operation since
    Building's municipal evaluation
    Taxes year

    External facing:

    • Concrete

    Floor coverings:

    • Concrete


    • Sheet metal


    • PVC

    Heating source:

    • Hot water
    • Radiant


    • Handicapped Facilities
    • Air Conditioning
    • Cold Room
    • Purification Field
    • Kitchen
    • Fire Detector
    • External Warehouse
    • Interior Warehouse
    • Restaurant
    • Bathroom
    • Sprinkler System
    • Fan

    Parking / Driveway:

    • Outside
    • Crushed Gravel


    • Restaurant


    • Gravel

    Near Educational Services:

    • Elementary school

    Near Recreational Services:

    • ATV trails

    Complete list of property features

    Room dimensions

    Open concept
    Storey: 1st floor
    Dimensions: 30' x 30' (9,14 m x 9,14 m)
    Flooring: Concrete
    Open concept
    Storey: 2nd floor
    Dimensions: 30' x 15' (9,14 m x 4,57 m)
    Flooring: Other

    Annual and Monthly costs

    Summary of Expenditures
    Municipal taxes
    School taxes
    Water taxes

    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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    Restaurant for sale

    No. 513757

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