This beautiful ancestral property in the heart of Old Quebec with exceptional view offers 2 apartments of 2100sqft each with 3 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room. 1 apartment for rent with an income of 27000$/year. Possibility: intergeneration, office, condos. Major renovation on all 4 floors. An interior courtyard, terrace, pavilion 839pc on 2 floors
Parking at the city hall garage is included for one year.
The Ste-Anne house "The place to live!"
Good natural lighting, a large skylight has been installed, the kitchens are on the south side as well as the terrace and courtyard which are out of sight. This tranquility amplifies the quality of life.
The large two-story pavilion is conveniently set up for summer entertaining and storage. The porch behind the second floor pavilion leads to the porte cochere which opens onto Ste-Anne Street.
The house is located in front of the Jardin de l'Hôtel de Ville, with its beautiful colored water fountains. The image mill winks at us with its rainbow colors in the evening. The terrace of the Château Frontenac, where it is nice to walk in the moonlight, is just a few steps from the house.
The Hôtel Dieu hospital, the boutiques, the restaurants, the museums, the Quebec government administration center, everything is accessible on foot.
Don't forget: Private elementary and high schools are within 5 minutes walking distance, convenient for young families. For the CÉGEP and the University the bus is at the corner of the street.
The house at 79 Ste-Anne Old Quebec
This 4-storey building is part of a complex built for the Ursulines according to the plans of the architect Joseph-Ferdinand Peachy (1830-1903). The 5 houses were offered for rent.
In 1890, 79 Ste-Anne was occupied by William C. and G.C. Scott, the managers of City Express and Canadian Express. In 1932, Dr. Louis-Joseph Caouette occupied the premises.
(2000-2006) Mr. Brousseau and his family lived in the premises and operated a store on the first floor.
In November 2006, Mr. Brousseau sold the four-story house to Rémi Gagnon and Lisette Emond.
The purchasers will carry out a major restoration (01-2007 to 07-2010) 2 apartments of 2 floors will be built and this, respecting the cachet of the past.
Sotheby’s International Realty Québec
1430 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, 魁北克, H3G 1K4