1 bedroom
1 bathroom
1 exterior parking

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Apartment for rent on the ground floor of a triplex in the Montmorency sector in Beauport.
Big 3 and a half. Large bathroom with shower and independent bath.
Washer and dryer in the bathroom.
Large cedar wardrobe in the master bedroom.
Kitchen with island. Open
area.
2 balconies, 1 of which is very large.
No neighbors in the back.
Shed.
1 parking.
Possibility of appliances included (fridge, oven, hob and microwave) and blinds included.
Near the Chute de Montmorency, near a bike path and next to a community garden.
Great neighborhood. Quick
access to the Dufferin motorway and the Capital. There is no photo at the moment because we are in the process of rebuilding it .
You can contact us for a visit without problems.
It will be ready for rental by September 1st. The apartment will be freshly painted and refurbished as mentioned above.
$675/month, unheated, unlit.

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Property features

Asking Price
$675
Price Term
Monthly
Located on which floor?
1
Available from
Now

Additional Features:

  • Parking
  • Washer / Dryer Connection
  • Dishwasher access
  • Storage
  • Backyard access
  • Renovated

Equipments Included:

  • Stove
  • Washer
  • Fridge
  • Dryer
  • Blinds

Health Care Proximity:

  • Dentist

Markets Proximity:

  • Drugstore
  • Restaurant

Schools Proximity:

  • Daycare
  • Elementary School

Environnement:

  • Highway Access
  • Near Park
  • No Backyard Neighbors
  • Residential Area
  • Public Transportation

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$675 / monthly
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3 1/2 (1 bedroom) for rent

No. 868914

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