4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
Lot dimensions 1 478 ft² (137.31 m²)

Owners’ comments

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One-storey triplex with above ground basement at the back. Ideally located in the Saint-Jean-Baptiste district near Saint-Jean Street (behind the Moisan grocery store) on the very quiet Saint-Patrick Street. Close to public transport (including 800 and 801) and all other services.

  • Complete renovations completed in 2015 including:
    • Exterior facing bricks at the front and fiber-cement at the rear
    • Fiberglass balconies and aluminium ramps for ground floor dwellings
    • Treated wood terraces for the rear above ground
    • Plumbing and electricity completely redone
    • Insulation of walls and slow-roof with premium soundproofing .
    • Finishing and kitchens to the taste of the day

    The triplex consists of

    • 4 and a half on two floors, 1080 square feet, leased at $1,100 per month
    • 3 and a half on the ground floor, 520 square feet, leased at $850 per month
    • 3 and a half in the basement at front and full foot back, 520 square feet, leased at $625 per month
  • Complete Description
    Complete Description

    Property features

    Asking Price
    $455,000
    Details
    By appointment
    Year of construction
    1940
    Building dimensions
    2 296 ft² (213.31 m²)
    General condition
    Excellent
    Occupation rate
    100
    Certificate of Location
    Yes
    Municipal evaluation's date
    2019
    Lot's municipal evaluation
    $174,000
    Building's municipal evaluation
    $199,000
    Taxes year
    2019
    1 Bedroom
    2
    2 Bedroom
    1
    Bedrooms (total)
    4

    External facing:

    • Brick
    • Fibre cement

    Foundation:

    • Cast concrete
    • Rock

    Roof:

    • Elastomer membrane

    Floor coverings:

    • Linoleum

    Windows:

    • PVC

    Heating source:

    • Electric

    Electric system:

    • 200 amps

    Features:

    • Air exchanger
    • Ceiling fixtures

    Kitchen:

    • Melamine cabinets

    Bathroom:

    • Bath and shower
    • Step-up bath
    • Separate Shower

    Basement:

    • Totally finished
    • Potential income

    Upgrades:

    • Architecture of the facade
    • Cabinets
    • Heating
    • Kitchen
    • Electrical
    • Windows
    • Insulation
    • External facing
    • Floors
    • Plumbing
    • Garden doors
    • Doors
    • Bathrooms
    • Basement
    • Gutters
    • Painting
    • Half bath
    • Foundation
    • Cathedral ceiling
    • Terrace

    Location:

    • Near park
    • Residential area
    • Public transportation

    Near Commerce:

    • Supermarket
    • Drugstore
    • Bank
    • Restaurant
    • Bar

    Near Health Services:

    • Hospital

    Near Educational Services:

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

    Complete list of property features

    Room dimensions

    Storey
    Room
    Dimensions
    Flooring
    Apartment 1
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 27' x 20' (8,23 m x 6,1 m)
    Flooring: Linoleum
    Apartment 2
    Storey: Main floor
    Dimensions: 26' x 20' (7,92 m x 6,1 m)
    Flooring: Linoleum
    Apartment 1
    Storey: Basement
    Dimensions: 27' x 20' (8,23 m x 6,1 m)
    Flooring: Linoleum
    Apartment 3
    Storey: Basement
    Dimensions: 26' x 20' (7,92 m x 6,1 m)
    Flooring: Linoleum

    Annual and Monthly costs

    Summary of Expenditures
    Monthly
    Annual
    School taxes
    $34.96
    $419.50
    Municipal taxes
    $390.17
    $4,682.00
    Maintenance fees
    $41.67
    $500.00
    Insurance
    $125.00
    $1,500.00

    Annual and Monthly revenues

    Summary of Revenue
    Monthly
    Annual
    Annual income
    $2,575.00
    $30,900.00

    Property transfer duties

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    1
    Financing

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    2
    Offer to purchase

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    3
    Conditions of purchase

    The offer to purchase generally includes conditions. The most common are the property passing an inspection, the buyer providing proof of financing and the buyer selling their own property. Once the listed conditions are met, the property is considered sold.

    4
    Property transfer

    The last step is to see a notary, who is generally chosen by the buyer. This real estate professional drafts the deed of sale and ensures that the interests of all parties involved are respected.

    Once the deed of sale is notarized, the new owner gets the keys to the home. All that’s left is to move in!

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    $455,000

    Triplex for sale

    546-548, rue Saint-Patrick

    St-Jean-Baptiste Québec Rive-Nord

    No. 698247

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