|Property Type||Farm||Year of construction||1989|
|Type of building||Trade possible|
|Building dimensions||37.19 m x 14.33 m||Certificate of Location|
|Living Area||532.93 m²|
|Lot dimensions||1,148.00 m x 2,002.00 m - irr||Deed of Sale Signature||45 days|
|Water supply||Municipality||Parking (total)|
|Window Type||Distinctive Features|
|Basement||Proximity||High school, Elementary school, Daycare centre, Highway|
|Exploitation||Market gardening||Sewage system||Septic tank, Purification field|
|Distinctive features||No neighbours in the back, Navigable, Waterfront, Water access||Heat||Wood burning stove|
|Basement foundation||Concrete slab on the ground||Equipment available||Wall-mounted air conditioning|
|Heating system||Electric baseboard units||Building||Hangar, Barn, Cattle shed, Stable|
|Room(s)||LEVEL||DIMENSIONS||Type of flooring||Additional information|
|6.1x4.57 M||Slow combustion stove|
Also, the buyer can simply prefer to buy the seller's house
(MLS 16216651) located on the other side of rue de la Ferme.
Magnificent farm of 522 acres, of which 180 acres are
currently cultivable. Current income of $300,000 annually.
2 completely new silos, including 1 with propane drying
system. The dryer silo has 28p and 5 sections. The
ventilation silo has 28p and 7 sections.
Several buildings for animals. The owner has just completed
the drainage of the land for organic farming. Wheat, hay,
soy. Possibility of small fruits (aronia, elderberry,
etc.). Very fertile agricultural land. Frontage of 1650m
bordered by the Salmon River, giving you access to the
Ottawa River. Ruisseau Crique à Pesant criss-crosses the
Several buildings, most of which were built in 1989. These
have an aluminum cladding and sheet metal roof. The
condition of the buildings is above average. At the time,
there were over 300 luxury horses housed and sold each year
through these internationally renowned facilities.
Stunning breathtaking location. Be in the countryside, 2
steps from all services, near Ontario and Montebello. Very
good buyer customers, sector conducive to agriculture,
employees easy to find thanks to subsidies from the City
and the region.
Spread over 267 km2, Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours is full of
lakes, mountains and is renowned for its vast hunting and
fishing territory. This little corner of nature in all its
splendor welcomes more than 300,000 tourists each year.
Also, a ferry service facilitates transportation between
the Ontario and Quebec shores.
Organic production is important here, with more than a
third of Outaouais businesses certified. Small land areas
are numerous, 60% of land units in agricultural zones
having less than 10 hectares, and they are still relatively
affordable compared to neighboring MRCs.
There are soils suitable for market gardening, fruit
growing, field crops, pasture and fodder, as well as
several wooded areas with good development potential for
maple syrup production or the production and harvesting of
non-timber forest products. The relief is flatter and the
soils are heavier in the south, on the banks of the Ottawa
River, while we find hilly landscapes and loamy and sandy
soils in the center and wooded lands in the north.
With the presence of the tourist village of Montebello,
Lac-Simon and its strategic location on the road to
Tremblant, the MRC of Papineau has strong agritourism
potential. It already has two public markets and an
agritourism route on its territory.
Above all, the MRC de Papineau is known for its warm
welcome and its dynamic community! Close to everything,
it's a place to discover!