2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
1 half bath
1 level
Living space area (basement exclu.) 1,008 ft² (93.65 m²)
Lot dimensions 19,950 ft² (1,853.42 m²)

Owners’ comments

Automated translation

House on the edge of the Ottawa River in Montebello.

  • 2 bedrooms on the ground floor and 1 bedroom in the basement
  • House size 36 feet x 28 feet + carport 12 feet x 36 feet (carport)
  • Shed 12 feet x 16 feet
  • Full size rear gallery
  • Large lot 70 feet x 285 feet (19,950 ft2) (unsipped)
  • Combustion stove Slow basement included
  • Roof 2016
  • Doors and windows changed in 2016
  • System bionis installed in 2016 (sewer 100% compliant)

  • Ideal for outdoor enthusiast (fishing, duck hunting, snowmobile track nearby).

    Fishing hut and dock included.

    Complete Description
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    Property features

    Property Style
    Waterfront
    Asking Price
    $229,900
    Building dimensions
    1,008 ft² (93.65 m²)
    Municipal Assessment
    $189,420
    Backyard Faces
    South
    Year of construction
    1974

    External facing:

    • Canexel wood fibre siding

    Floor coverings:

    • Hardwood
    • Ceramic

    Heating source:

    • Wood stove
    • Electric

    Equipment/Services Included:

    • Shed

    Carport:

    • Attached

    Parking / Driveway:

    • Asphalt

    Location:

    • No backyard neighbors

    Lot description:

    • Waterfront

    Near Educational Services:

    • Elementary school

    Complete list of property features

    Room dimensions

    Storey
    Room
    Dimensions
    Flooring
    Bedroom 1 (Master)
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 12' x 13' (3,66 m x 3,96 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Bedroom 2
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 11' x 12' (3,35 m x 3,66 m)
    Flooring: Hardwood
    Kitchen
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 12' x 22' (3,66 m x 6,71 m)
    Flooring: Ceramic
    Living room
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 12' x 16' (3,66 m x 4,88 m)
    Flooring: Bamboo

    Annual and Monthly costs

    Summary of Expenditures
    Monthly
    Annual
    Mortgage
    Property taxes
    $254.08
    $3,049.00
    School taxes
    $20.00
    $240.00
    Electricity
    $163.33
    $1,960.00

    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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    $229,900

    Bungalow for sale

    110 rue Notre-Dame

    Montebello Outaouais

    No. 836822

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