Unique ancestral property that combines the charm of yesteryear with the comforts of today; a huge lot of flowers, shrubs and old trees. Built between 1818 and 1838 and entirely covered with stones, you have escaped the noise of the city as it is set back from the street. Come back in time!
Welcome to this property that has nearly 200 years of history!
Having belonged to a family of growers for several decades, the current owners have taken care to preserve its stamp of yesteryear by carefully choosing the appropriate materials. Kitchen: Brazilian granite countertop with built-in hotplate, appliances concealed underwood panels to respect the country atmosphere, wood cabinets, fireplace (EPA certified), access to the4 seasons solarium.
The living room opens to the dining room: slow combustion fireplace, large lit room, fitted wardrobes (once used as a pantry and fridge), access to the front terrace.
The bedrooms are on the 2nd floor; antique wooden staircase, access to the mezzanine by the master bedroom, good size secondary bedroom and a full bathroom are also at your disposal.
The mezzanine, overlooking the water, offers plenty of storage space. This room could be converted into an office or guest room.
Rarity! 4 seasons solarium: ceramic floor, removable doors for easy access to the courtyard and pool, water view.
Basement: cement floor, large room ideal for storage, laundry area, ceiling 6'8 ''. This temperate room is ideal for storing your bottles of wine.
- Inground heated pool surrounded by stones and arched by a wrought iron fence - Centennial trees, shrubs, flower, vinegar and apple tree - Imported decorative statues - Very intimate environment - Shed with electricity and heating - Garage
This property has been the subject of several reports in the Journal de Montreal, The Belle d'Autrefois and is part of the historic circuit of Terrebonne.
FACTS TO NOTE: - Original wood floor - Stonewall (interior) - Fenestration of high quality (MQ) - Visible beams - Lots of storage