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Vieux Port (Hull sector), close to the McDonald Cartier bridge in the direction of Ottawa, shopping center, bike path, the most prestigious area of the Outaouais region. House can accommodate a large family, 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.

This beautiful 2 storey residence is located in a gated community less than 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa and would be ideally suited for an Embassy or executives looking for an upscale home close to their workplace.

Near the marina reserved for the properties of the Vieux Port. You can own your own boat and sail on the Ottawa River. A beautiful large property to entertain and accomodate your beautiful big family.

Some of the many features: Beautiful view of the Gatineau River, Central air conditioning, alarm and camera system, double garage with parking of up to 5 vehicles, hardwood and ceramic flooring on the main level, exercise room, patio with a river view, large dining room and much more.

Includes: Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, fixtures, blinds, curtains, furnace.

For more information please contact Chris.

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Can I afford to buy this property?

Prior to visiting a property, you should verify whether you have the means to purchase it by meeting with a financial advisor. Don’t forget, you must have enough money to cover both a down payment and the expenses related to the transaction (notary, "welcome tax", etc.).

Is this property right for me?

Consult the listing to determine whether the property features meet your needs. If necessary, communicate with the homeowner to obtain additional information. You may then make an appointment with the homeowner for a visit and prepare a list of questions to ask him.

Do I need to conduct a property inspection?

Verifying the condition of the property prior to purchasing it is a good precaution to take. In order to do so, you can hire a home inspector. He will intervene at a later date. Be prepared to add the inspection conditions to the offer to purchase.

How much should I offer?

Easily familiarize yourself with the market by visiting and by verifying the price that comparable properties in the area have sold for. You’ll get a better idea of how much you should offer. You can also hire a licensed appraiser.

How do I proceed with an offer to purchase?

Have a discussion with the homeowner in order to come to an agreement on the price, the conditions of the sale and the possession date. You can then complete the offer to purchase form.

Thanks to DuProprio, the seller benefits from a legal assistance service and can ask their legal questions in order to properly complete the document.

The sale will be sealed with a notary, but until then, nothing prevents you from consulting a notary to write-up an offer to purchase. Once the deed of sale is drafted, you will be the new homeowner!

$4,000 / monthly

6 1/2 + for rent

25 Gouvernall

Gatineau (Hull)Outaouais

No. 781448

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