5 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
1 half bath
3 levels
Living space area (basement exclu.) 2 160 ft² (200.67 m²)
Lot dimensions 36x60 ft (10.97x18.29 m)

Owners’ comments

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Large single family home in downtown, near Cartier Street and within walking distance of Old Quebec and Saint-Joseph Street via the Des Franciscains Stairs. All shops and services, primary and secondary schools, grocery stores, hospitals, churches, etc. are within walking distance. This area of the upper town is exceptional, beautiful, family and very quiet.

The semi-detached enjoys natural light on its three sides (east, south and west) and good ventilation. The living area is over 2,000 square feet on three floors, in addition to the unfinished basement with laundry space and plenty of storage.

There are four bedrooms on the 1st floor and another, very large, on the 2nd floor. The terraced wall between the twins is soundproofed.

The space on the 2nd floor is 700 square feet. The layout is bi-generational because the space has an independent exit with a small balcony, at the same time it is connected to the rest of the house by an internal staircase.

The building was renovated in 2009. There is a dinette area very illuminated by a window and a tilt and swing mahogany French door overlooking the backyard. The living room and dining room are open concept. The wall separating these rooms from the kitchen could be removed to have a large living space. Same thing for the entrance hall. A shower room and an office area complete the ground floor.

The first floor is the bedrooms. It is accessed through a separate door, which allows toattenuate the noise coming from the ground floor and topreserve the tranquility on this floor.

The second floor is also accessible by a door, a guarantee of privacy. It is converted into a dwelling. Indeed, there is a bathroom and what it takes to install a kitchen (plug 200amps of stove and a sink). It offers several possibilities for cohabitation, with a young adult in the process of

becoming independent, a grandparent looking for a pied-à-terre near his grandchildren, friends, a former spouse with whom to share custody ofthe children, etc. a workshop (sewing, photo, library, etc.), a guest room, a home cinema room or a family room .

The house has good potential forcollaborative tourist accommodation (Airbnb type). Effective September 30, 2019, the City of Québec will authorize short-term rentals (31 consecutive days or less) to tourists in the main residence (https://www.ville.quebec.qc.ca/citoyens/participation-citoyenne/hebergement-touristique/).

The house has a parking space and a small intimate backyard (about 800 square feet), landscaped and wooded (maple and lilac), whose freshness is very noticeable in summer. A small child's hut in height, with ladder, door and window is located there as well as a composting bin.

The roof was redone last July, as well as the urethane insulation of the interroof and the cathedral roof.

Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Property Style
Asking Price
Building dimensions
24x30 ft (7.32x9.14 m)
Municipal Assessment
Backyard Faces
Year of construction

External facing:

  • Brick

Floor coverings:

  • Hardwood
  • Ceramic
  • Carpet

Heating source:

  • Hot water
  • Electric
  • Oil
  • Dual-energy

Equipment/Services Included:

  • Furnace
  • Ceiling fixtures
  • Half bath on the ground floor
  • Blinds


  • Low (6 feet or under)
  • Concrete
  • Unfinished

Parking / Driveway:

  • Outside
  • Paving stone


  • Near park
  • Residential area
  • Public transportation

Near Commerce:

  • Supermarket
  • Drugstore
  • Financial institution
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

Near Health Services:

  • Hospital
  • Dentist
  • Medical center
  • Health club / Spa

Near Educational Services:

  • Daycare
  • Kindergarten
  • Elementary school
  • High School
  • College
  • University

Near Recreational Services:

  • Gym
  • Sports center
  • Library
  • Museum
  • Ski resort
  • Bicycle path
  • Pedestrian path
  • Swimming pool

Near Tourist Services:

  • National Park
  • Hotel
  • Car Rental

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Dining room
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 14' x 11' (4,27 m x 3,35 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Half bath
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 6' x 4' (1,83 m x 1,22 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 17' 6" x 11' 6" (5,33 m x 3,51 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Living room
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 13' x 11' (3,96 m x 3,35 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 9' 6" x 6' 6" (2,9 m x 1,98 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 7' 6" x 6' (2,29 m x 1,83 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Bedroom 1 (Master)
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 15' x 13' (4,57 m x 3,96 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Bedroom 2
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 10' 6" x 10' (3,2 m x 3,05 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Bedroom 3
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 11' 4" x 8' (3,45 m x 2,44 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Bedroom 4
Storey: 1st floor
Dimensions: 10' x 7' 6" (3,05 m x 2,29 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Storey: 2nd floor
Dimensions: 8' x 6' (2,44 m x 1,83 m)
Flooring: Floating tile
Storey: 2nd floor
Dimensions: 27' x 22' (8,23 m x 6,71 m)
Flooring: Carpet

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Property taxes
School taxes

Property transfer duties

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No. 704353

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