Unique and ancestral building classified as a historical monument; Jean-Baptiste-Simon-Allard House. Built in the early 1800s, this property will charm you with its old charm; red pine floors, stone cladding, exposed beams, wood fireplace all on a beautiful landscaped and intimate grounds.
Welcome to the heart of the 1800s!
The gabled roof, dormer windows and wooden shutters recall the 19th century.
The common rooms on the ground floor have open areas;
- Red pine floor with wide planks - Visible beams - Wooden slats ceiling
Nice kitchen; double sink and wooden cabinets up to the ceiling.
A guest room is on the ground floor while the master bedroom is on the 2nd floor.
The 2nd floor is breathtaking! High slopes ceiling, large family room offering space to develop a boudoir or reading area.
Very intimate land bordered by cedar hedges and mature trees.
Combine the best of both worlds, the cachet of ancestral property with all the services nearby.