Lot dimensions 9 368 m² (100 836.31 ft²)

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Land of 9,368.6 m2 (or 100,842.7 ft2) under the cadastre #4 499 309 (formerly lot 9-5). Facade on Chemin Saint-André of the Jonquière North borough of Ville de Saguenay (immediately south of civic number 5335). 1 km south of Domaine Le Cageot. Connection to the power line, telephone line and drinking water supply. Buildable; entirely wooded on a rock background.

Depth on landings allowing for a layout that enhances buildings and landscaping. The first stage of construction of land 9-5 will soon be roughly mechanically worked to give access to the land and to provide a better idea of the site. Trees are about 50 years old on low humus (less than 1 metre): 5% maple, 15% birch, 20% spruce, 20% fir and 40% aspen. It is

still possible to buy a neighbouring land of larger dimensions (see attached cadastral plan) and at the same price to hold the title of a farmhouse, an appreciable added value of resale.

PHOTOS: The main photo compares the slope of access to the land with that of the neighbor located at 5335 chemin Saint-André. Once completed, the slopes will be very similar. The land starts right from the boundary of the neighbor's entrance and goes in front of the parked car on the left where there is an electric pole. The fire hydrant is located in front of the ground, for drinking water in the municipality.

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Lot description:

  • Mature trees
  • Aqueduct
  • building lot
  • slope
  • level geography


  • Rock


  • No backyard neighbors

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No. 803898

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