Furnished / semi-furnished

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Garden of one hectare

  • 2 small agricultural buildings
  • Small fruit, fruit and/or medicinal trees, perennials medicinal
  • On the tourist route, 132 (road that runs along the river)
  • Excellent for sale in short circuit, country table, retirement project/yoga/meditation
  • Across 40,000 visitors per year, mega parking
  • Exceptional and generous landscaping
  • Exterior stone fireplace
  • Possibility to be accommodated on site
  • Accommodation and additional warehouses available
  • Garden must be maintained in its entirety


Common fees, administration and management Municipal and school
taxes, water tax and business tax Waste collection and recycling
Access to the site 24 hours/7 days

Basic electricity (building lighting)



, if applicable (pumps,...)
Third party liability insurance $2 million (mandatory) Physical property
insurance Internet and telephone
connection and service (Bell or Videotron), if applicable
Cost of operating permit (s) with various departments

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Property features

Asking Price
Price Term
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Space Area Minimum
100 000 ft² (9 290.30 m²)
Space Area Maximum
100 000 ft² (9 290.30 m²)
Très bon
Certificate of location
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Lot description:

  • Flat Geography
  • Patio / Deck
  • Landscaped

Parking / Driveway:

  • Aggregate
  • Outside


  • External Warehouse
  • Fireplace
  • Artesian Well
  • Shed


  • Agricultural
  • Office
  • Storage
  • Wholesaler
  • Retail Sale

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