La Prairie, Québec
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 2 Half
About This Property
The François-Plante House has 200 years of history. This large stone-built house benefits from bright open rooms where modern comfort combines with rustic elegance. Located in the popular neighborhood of Old Fort, steps away from the St. Lawrence River and 15 minutes from Montréal. Excellent visibility. Ideal as a main residence or business space.
- 7,706.95 ft2 / 715.98 m2 - Lot size
- $2,357 Taxes Municipal 2017
- $972 Taxes School 2017
Additional FeaturesDriveway: Asphalt, Cupboard: Wood, Heating system: Other, Water supply: Municipality, Heating energy: Electricity, Available services: Fire detector, Windows: Other, Foundation: Other -- Cobblestones, Foundation: Poured concrete, Proximity: Other -- Municipal Library, Proximity: Highway, Proximity: Daycare centre, Proximity: Golf, Proximity: Park - green area, Proximity: Bicycle path, Proximity: Elementary school, Proximity: High school, Proximity: Public transport, Siding: Stone, Bathroom / Washroom: Other -- Heating floor, Bathroom / Washroom: Separate shower, Basement: 6 feet and over, Basement: Other -- Stone wall and exposed beams, Basement: Separate entrance, Basement: Unfinished, Parking: Outdoor x 8, Sewage system: Municipal sewer, Landscaping: Fenced, Window type: Crank handle, Roofing: Tin, Topography: Flat, Zoning: Residential
Welcome to the François-Plante Heritage House, an emblematic property in La Prairie classified in the Québec cultural heritage register. Built around 1820 and fully restored while respecting the original architectural character of the property, this magnificent house offers the future owner an opportunity to appreciate a refinement in the art of living.
This house was meticulously maintained with taste and class. It has very large open spaces on the first floor, 3 rooms upstairs, and a complete shower room and 2 bathrooms. The wood floors, the woodwork and the high ceilings bring undeniable charm and timeless beauty to the house.
The full-height basement is made of cobblestones, and tree trunks barely stripped of their bark serve as beams. An area of the house that could become a relaxation room and dream wine cellar! Here, everything can be imagined!
This house also offers the additional advantage of a potentially separate apartment, 4 separate entrances, and parking facilities for 8 vehicles or more.
The Old-La Prairie, declared a heritage site in 1975, is considered to be an area of national heritage interest. A few minutes away from major urban centers, La Prairie is known for its many attractions. A network of cycling paths (part of which runs along the St. Lawrence River), green parks, numerous playgrounds and a historic borough make this city a treasure to discover.
The city of La Prairie is one of the ten best municipalities in Quebec for young families according to the Publimaison network, a site dedicated to real estate. This recognition is due to the dynamism of the city and its innovative family policy.