Here's What A $1M House Looks Like In 7 Different Cities In Quebec

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Here's What A $1M House Looks Like In 7 Different Cities In Quebec

Who hasn't dreamed of winning the lottery and buying a mansion? But anything can happen! And even if you never win the lottery, there's still a possibility that you might one day buy a million-dollar house in Quebec

Whether it's near Quebec City, the Outaouais, the Laurentians or Montreal, there is plenty of choice when it comes to finding a home in the seven figures. And they're way more fun to peruse than $1,000/month rental apartments. 

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Saint-Laurent (Montreal)

Louise Therrien and Elise Rossi | RE/MAX

Price: $1,198,000

Address: 2432, rue des Palmipèdes, Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Description: For a little over a million dollars, you can get a luxurious townhome in the Bois-Franc neighbourhood, renovated with high-end finishings. It has four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a private backyard and is located near a future REM station.

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Sainte-Adèle (The Laurentians)

Christian Lemay | RE/MAX

Price: $1,125,000

Address: 1010, rue des Tournesols, Sainte-Adèle, QC

Description: In the Laurentians, a million dollars will get you a single-family home with an indoor pool, 15 rooms and more than 35,000-square-feet — all perched on top of a mountain with breathtaking nature views.

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Saint-Nicolas, Lévis (Chaudière-Appalaches)

Tom Donovan | RE/MAX

Price: $1,050,000

Address: 986, route Marie-Victorin, Saint-Nicolas, QC

Description: It's not every day you get river views from your dining room. This home in Lévis is on a 68,000-square-foot lot with an inground pool and private pond.

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Aylmer (Outaouais)

Mathieu Allard | RE/MAX

Price: $1,200,000

Address: 1, rue Butternut, Aylmer, QC

Description: This gem of a bungalow comes with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and a panoramic view of the Ottawa River.

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Sherbrooke (Estrie) 

Nathalie Lapointe | RE/MAX

Price: $1,125,000

Address: 400, rue du Québec, Sherbrooke, QC

Description: It's not so easy to find beautiful centenniel homes — let alone ones that have been well maintained. This four-bedroom house is renovated, but still preserves its unique charm with a gas fireplace and finished attic.

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Boischatel (Capitale-Nationale)

Loraine Demers | RE/MAX

Price: $1,299,000

Address: 105, rue de la Source, Boischatel, QC

Description: Perfect for a large family. You'll find, among other things, an in-ground pool (with lights at night!), three fireplaces, a home theatre, a large backyard and two Gordon Ramsay-style kitchens.

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Saint-Valérien (Bas-Saint-Laurent)

Jonathan Castonguay et Dominique Benoit | RE/MAX

Price: $1,275,000

Address: 143, 4e Rang Est, Saint-Valérien, QC

Description: How about a farmhouse with stables and an indoor riding arena? That's what's for sale in this small municipality in Bas Saint-Laurent. With more than 4 million square feet, there's plenty of room for you and your horse to run — and there's even a spa where you can relax when you're done.

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