Lot dimensions 46 082 ft² (4 281.16 m²)

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Perfect land for self-construction.

Flat wooded land of 46,000 square feet located in Lac Piché at the corner of rue du Lac Piché and rue Azur, one hour from Montreal and in the heart of Domaine Boréal which is surrounded by more than 300 acres of boreal forest (project website: http://www.espacesboreal.ca/).

If you click on the following link (http://www.espacesboreal.ca/pdf/phase.pdf), you will be able to trace the location of the land (A8) in relation to Lake Piché and the Domaine Boréal project.

  • The land is served by Hydro-Québec and Bell.

Domaine Boréal combines natural beauty, outdoor activities and community life. Located 2 minutes from the village of Ste-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson and close to Ste-Adèle and St-Sauveur.

Connected to the regional network of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing (which includes more than 200 km of trails) the Domaine Boréal also plans to develop nearly 5 km of hiking trails throughout the property as well as a beach for residents of the Domaine. Docks have already been installed.

Located in the heart of the Laurentians, the terrain is close to several services and activities such as restaurants, grocery stores, SAQ, gas station, banks, hotels, schools, cinema, ski slopes, spas, navigable lake (Lac Masson), cultural center, gym, etc.

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Property features

Asking Price
Certificate of Location
Municipal evaluation
Municipal evaluation's date
Lot's municipal evaluation
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Lot description:

  • Water Access
  • Flat geography
  • Mature trees
  • Corner lot
  • Rotary intersection
  • electricity


  • Residential area

Near Tourist Services:

  • Port / Marina

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Residential Lot for sale

No. 844231

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