7 Just Super Adorable Homes You Can Buy For Under $200,000 Across Quebec

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7 Just Super Adorable Homes You Can Buy For Under $200,000 Across Quebec

The sudden rise of remote work has expanded opportunities for Montrealers. Almost overnight, it became possible for some city-weary workers to keep up their jobs in the metropolis from anywhere they choose. That situation has made homes for sale in the Quebec regions even more appealing.

For some, leaving Montreal has become a real possibility for the first time — and opportunities abound to make it happen.

Look beyond our little (and increasingly expensive) island and you'll find your dollar can go much further.

From Gaspésie to Outaouais, there are countless adorable homes for sale waiting for a loving new owner.

Here are just a few.

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Former B&B In Gaspésie

Eric Provost | Sutton

Price: $199,000

Location: New Carlisle, Gaspésie

Description: This five-bedroom home built in 1825 has kept its original charm with a large central fireplace on the first floor and crown molding throughout.

It previously operated as a bed-and-breakfast, so it could be perfect for anyone who dreams of running an inn.

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Cozy Waterfront Home With A View

Louise Boulanger | Remax

Price: $195,000

Location: La Doré, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Description: This little home takes full advantage of its waterfront views with a spacious back deck.

Other features include cathedral ceilings and a wood-burning stove in the living room for chilly winter evenings.

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Postcard-Worthy House With Lush Surroundings

Amélie Gauvreau | Proprio Direct

Price: $164,900

Location: Amqui, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Description: Tucked among tall trees and green lawns, this adorable home built in 1900 is straight out of a Canadian historical movie.

The listing says the interior has seen several renovations, however, so you won't feel like you're living at the beginning of the 20th century.

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Quaint Little House With A Large Back Deck

Annie-Catherine Gaudet | IMMOtelligent

Price: $178,000

Location: Saint-Donat, Lanaudière

Description: This listing says the two-bedroom home is "ideal for a single person or a couple."

Its open floor plan seems to maximize its living space. But its yard and back deck might be its most attractive features.

Just imagine sipping coffee while looking out onto that backyard.

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Renovated Home Near The Riverfront

Amélie Gauvreau | Proprio Direct

Price: $174,900

Location: Saint-Fabien, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Description: This totally-renovated, four-bedroom house is just minutes from the famous, scenic riverfront of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.

Inside, you'll find all modern amenities and stylish finishings that complement charming older features like seemingly antique doors and shiplap paneling.

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Mont-Tremblant Bungalow With A Wrap-Around Porch

François Beausoleil | Proprio Direct

Price: $194,500

Location: Mont-Tremblant, Laurentides

Description: Those who dream of a permanent move to the resort town might find their opportunity in this home.

A wrap-around porch puts you right in the canopy among the leaves.

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Alex Sasseville | Sutton

Price: $165,000

Location: Marsoui, Gaspésie

Description: This rustic little cabin commands stunning lake and mountain views. A screened-in porch captures all of it.

This home is by far the most remote on this list — you'll need a snowmobile to get there in the winter — but maybe that's exactly what you're looking for.

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