Lot dimensions 4 002 m² (43 077.17 ft²)

Owners’ comments

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You dream of a secluded land on a small island like in the movies,

your dream could come true:)

Your blonde afraid of bears, you want to write a first novel, you don't want family or friends to land without warning, you love water sports, you want the best campground in Quebec, you love fishing and the outdoors, that's not the reason why you love this little jewel!

Winter is just as interesting with, among other things, the 13 km ice rink that tours the entire lake.

48 minutes from Quebec City, 25 minutes from Highway 40, on a beautiful lake, the small Ouellet Island is divided into 8 beautiful size lots.

This beautiful land is ready to build immediately, but you don't have to. Being one of the last plots for sale of the 3 large lakes north of Quebec City, it is certainly an excellent investment.

Electricity is already on the ground via Hydro-Québec, a false skeptic is already in place, it remains only to decide where to build on the 42,000 sq. ft. of land! More than 220 feet of facade on the lake, a plateau on the edge with a small bute backwards to build in the slope and not miss anything of the breathtaking landscape.

Come and see him, you're going to want to make an offer, for sure!


map: https://www.portneuf.ca/cartes-geomatique/

Cadastre and lot number: 4 492 288
Address: 7128 Ouellet Lot
area: 4 002.0 square meters


- The stone fireplace is not fixed, it can be moved or modified as Legos blocks;

-The tent that one sees in the photos is not included in the sale;

- The former owner had had a good idea: one of the neighbors during its construction had brought trucks of sand and crushed stone on an ice bridge in the winter and this one had brought one trip from each, because it is very useful during construction. The bute that we see under the tent is the sand journey and next to the hearth is the journey of crushed stones (under the canopy);

- Same thing for the septic tank, I understand that it was built at the same time as that of a neighbor several years ago. It has obviously never been used, it is like new despite the years...

- The wharf plateau was refurbished in cedar ($) in September 2016 in full. We had taken the opportunity to redo half the underside, which was in bad condition. Unfortunately, during my last camping with my daughter, we found that the ice cream broke the left side of the wharf in the other part. To repair it, simply unscrew the boards of the board in this part, put 4 boards 2 x 6 of 12 feet as a seat and put back the boards;

- There is an old aluminum boat on the ground, it is left as a bonus; - The construction of the house or cottage can be done in

different ways. Most neighbors appear to have used an ice bridge in winter to drag the building in place directly on the island. There are also houses in sections that can be assembled on site. For my part, I had seriously explored the idea of using sea containers in the rear slope in order to have a full roof terrace that would have an extraordinary view of the lake;

- I have several other photos available on request;

- Where do we park and leave the boat because it's on an island? Several people around the lake rent car and boat parking year-round (around $500-700), that was my option. Some have come together to purchase common land and share the costs. These lands serve only as car and boat parking for people on the islands;

- For regulatory questions, I invite you to communicate directly with the city of Saint-Raymond, but most of the answers are on their website;

- I prefer initial contacts via emails, this allows me to reply as soon as I have a moment of free. Pleasure!

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Property features

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Lot description:

  • Water Access
  • Waterfront
  • Panoramic view
  • Water view
  • septic tank
  • electricity
  • lakefront
  • building lot
  • slope
  • level geography
  • partially wooded


  • Residential area

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Residential Lot for sale

7128 Île Ouellet

St-Raymond Portneuf

No. 727287

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