Lot dimensions 484.8 m² (5 218.34 ft²)

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land zoned residential multi-dwellings (minimum 4 dwellings) according to the zoning of the city of Laval. Near the boulevard le Carrefour. In the quadrilateral boulevard St-Martin, Boul Chomedey and Curé-Labelle. In an area where the land is worth $30 a square foot. All the services of the city go to the field. So, yes, we can connect via rue Jean-Picard where there are services. The land runs along Jean-Picard Street where it ends. For more information you have to go to the city of Laval or write me at massimo@massimophotographe.com.

N.B.: The city asks to do a biological study of the site to see if it's not on a wetland.

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Lot description:

  • Flat geography
  • Cul-de-Sac
  • partially wooded

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Residential Lot for sale

lot 2056931 rue Jean-Picard

Chomedey Laval

No. 735954

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