If you're looking for super unique properties, you should take a look at this Quebec home for sale, as its interior is the opposite of its exterior. Behind that all-black outside is a bright paradise at $399,900.
Located in Mirabel, this loft-style house has eight rooms and a special history, being a former pet store that was completely renovated in 2021. The cost of the work is estimated at $150,000 by the owner.
Young Montrealers' dreams of homeownership might be slipping further and further beyond reach. Montreal area home prices jumped significantly between the third quarter of 2020 and the third quarter of 2021, according to the latest report from the Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (QPAREB).
It recorded a 17% increase in the median single-family home price in Greater Montreal — up to $500,250 — compared to Q3 of 2020.
While all areas included in the QPAREB report saw price increases, some were more dramatic than others.
Montreal Island actually posted the smallest increase in the median home price: just 11% compared to Q3 2020.
Laval and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu each posted a 14% increase. The QPAREB noted a 19% increase in the median single-family home price on the South Shore; a 20% increase on the North Shore; and a whopping 25% increase in the MRC of Vaudreuil-Soulanges.
The median condo price also increased in every part of Greater Montreal, according to the report: a 9% increase on the Island of Montreal compared to Q3 2020; a 21% increase in Laval; 22% on the South Shore; 24% in Vaudreuil-Soulanges; 26% in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu; and a 28% increase on the North Shore.
Meanwhile, the number of real estate transactions and active listings in the Montreal area both plummeted, by 29% and 20%, respectively, compared to Q3 last year.
The home sits on 26,798 square feet of property and has been meticulously renovated and restored. It comes with four bedrooms, a lovely kitchen, a large bathroom and two living rooms, real estate broker Dany St-Arnaud told MTL Blog.
This massive house in Saint-Placide was just sold, with an initial asking price of $4,950,000. The realtor who sold the property, Jimmy Lemieux, described it as "the biggest sale in the history of the Lower Laurentians."
When it comes to open concept, this house has got it down pat — just look at that glass shower.
And whenever the future owner gets tired of all the views they're surrounded by — if that's even possible — they can cozy up to a film at their new at-home theatre, which looks like the Cineplex VIP Experience but 1000 times more exclusive.
That means we have a new contender for Quebec's most expensive property, and here it is.
It's a 2,900 acres estate located in the Laurentians, and it includes way more than just a house.
First of all, it comes with a lake. Yes, the whole lake! And if that's not enough, you also get. 2 chalets, 1 sugar shack with 1,800 maples (A fuckin' sugar Shack!?) a private access road, a boat dock and a helipad!