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1 bedroom

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Quebec, adjacent to the Parc des Braves & Cartier Street


3 ½ from $ 789

Located in the city of Quebec, Place du Parc is located adjacent to the Parc des Braves. Located close to all services, such as hospital Saint Sacrement, private schools, shopping centers and close to Old Quebec.


The apartments of Place du Parc offer a choice of comfortable apartments with wall to wall carpet, ceramic tile or linoleum. Many kitchens and bathrooms have recently been renovated in many apartments. If necessary, a stove and refrigerator can be added for a small fee.


Place du Parc is an eight-storey building well maintained with an indoor pool. A representative to customer service is available on site. In addition, a convenience store is located on the ground floor of the building. Indoor parking available at $ 49 per month.


Heating, water and electricity are included in the rent. Minimum of one year lease.



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$789 / monthly

3 1/2 for rent

846 Sainte-Foy

CharlesbourgQuébec Rive-Nord

No. 780891

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