In Saint-Sulpice, in the province of Quebec.
55 km from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau international airport.
16 km from Repentigny train station.
46 km from the town of Montreal.
|Land registry surface area :||2552 m2|
|Main building surface area :||275 m²|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Number of main rooms :||4|
|Number of bedrooms :||5|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
|Parking spaces :||8|
This house stands between Montreal and Trois-Rivières, in Saint-Sulpice, facing the Ile-Bouchard and the Ile-Ronde, two islets that divide New-France’s main river into two arms. It was constructed facing the river Saint-Laurent, there where it appears calmest, in 1901, a little more than two centuries after the first settlers arrived. Featuring galleries and gables, this house is typical of Quebec and still has its Mansard style roof, its original beams and a hoard of architectural features, lovingly preserved by its successive owners. Those seeking peace and quiet have but to lean out of a window to contemplate the immense panoramic views of the river Saint-Laurent.
545 000 $ CA
so 360 010 €Daily updated exchange rate
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