Standing on Chemin des Méandres, this home built in 2006 draws its charm from its spacious but still cozy and warm spaces thanks to the surrounding greenery, the neutral tones of the interior and the backyard that is worthy of a spa.
We know Rioux visit this home because she shared this room on Instagram a while back and it's still there in the highlight titled House visits. Also, because the realtor Carolane Piché confirmed it with MTL Blog. Piché also confirmed the house has been sold, but could not say who purchased it.
One of the rooms that is absolutely breathtaking is definitely the family room, which is directly at the entrance and which lets the light penetrate thanks to the abundant fenestration.
The backyard of the house, which is included in the 53,839 square foot lot, is perfect for relaxing and entertaining. There is a large pool, spa, sauna and relaxation areas, all in an intimate setting since the house is close to a beautiful wooded area.
Any cheesy Christmas movie fan has felt the urge to move to a snowy remote village during the holidays at least once in their life. And this Quebec cottage for sale an hour and a half from Montreal feels like the perfect place to live a moment like this out.
Located in West Bolton in the Montérégie region, this rustic home will immerse the new owners in a fairytale setting worthy of a Sunday afternoon movie. The well-known realtor in this area, Elise Delorme, confirmed with MTL Blog that "the transaction is being finalized this week and that [they] have received several offers."
When you walk up the stairs to the second floor, you see two bathrooms, two bedrooms and an office that could also be used as a bedroom. Each room is equipped with large windows that allow you to admire the entire property.
A family room, a bedroom and a laundry room are located in the basement. For movie lovers, the living room could easily be transformed into a home theatre or a game room for those who prefer a little action in their day-to-day.
The huge lot located on Glen Mountain, between Mount Gauvin and Mount Foster is a perfect little paradise for those who like the typical cottage, but with a modern touch.
Just because winter has arrived doesn't mean we need to stop seeking adventure. Now, we just have to be on the hunt for snowy activities that provide a little thrill — and this roller coaster on a Quebec ski hill hidden in the middle of the forest is one of them.
The Viking, located at Les Sommets Saint-Sauveur, goes up to 35 km/hr, making it the perfect spot for any daredevils in the province to take a little road trip to. It's only an hour's drive from Montreal.
The rail course passes between the branches of the mountain over a distance of about one and a half kilometres. So, your eyes, your mind and your body all get a thrill.
You can also hop on the ride with one of your friends, as long as the total weight in the cart doesn't exceed 375 pounds.
If just the thought of this ride is freaking you out, don't fret. You have access to a crank at all times to slow down once you're on board.
Once there, you can pay $15.99 for a single run or opt for two or more runs for $11.99 each time. If you have a season pass for Saint-Sauveur or have a valid ski ticket for the day, it'll only cost you $10.99 per ride.
And of course, if you're hoping to get the most out of your trip to the Laurentians, you can spend the day skiing or snowboarding at Saint-Sauveur. Gotta make the most of the winter!
The cost of real estate in Greater Montreal has increased by over 20% compared to last year, according to a new report released this week by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Meanwhile, Quebec City's home prices increased by 13% amid what's been a record-breaking year for Canada's real estate market in terms of the number of sales.
"After a summer where it looked like housing markets might be calming down a bit, October's numbers suggest we might be moving back towards what we saw this spring, with regards to current market demand and supply conditions," stated CREA chair Cliff Stevenson.
"That said, one month of data is not a trend, so we'll be watching how the balance of this memorable year plays out closely."
The good news is when the pricey Greater Toronto Area and Greater Vancouver area are excluded from the data, the figure falls to a slightly less frightening $561,585, so there's that. But "we need to build more housing," to keep up with accelerating demand, according to CREA senior economist Shaun Cathcart.
"2021 continues to surprise. Sales beat last year's annual record by about Thanksgiving weekend so that was always a lock, but I don't think too many observers would have guessed the monthly trend would be moving up again heading into 2022," Cathcart stated.
"With demand that strong, the supply of homes for sale at any given point in time continues to shrink. It is at its lowest point on record right now, which is why it's not surprising prices are also re-accelerating."
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There's no denying that a $15.5 million estate would put a major dent in any bank account. But perhaps you'd feel a little more comfortable with the transaction if you knew you were getting four houses for the price of one? This home for sale in Quebec is so massive that it's actually four homes.
The 27,364-square-meter lot contains the main house as well as three other homes on Lake Memphremagog.