RE/MAX Performance Inc.
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Isabelle Poirier
Real estate broker
RE/MAX Performance Inc.
Office : 450 466-4000

Farm for sale, Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours

$7,650,000 +GST/QST
MLS 16157346
1188, Côte du Front, Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours
Room(s) : 35 | Bedroom(s) : 9 | Bathroom(s) : 8 | Powder room(s) : 3
Great investment. Complete farm of 950 acres, including a majestic 9-bedroom, 8-bathroom house, located on 40 acres of land of which 35 acres are currently cultivated. The house is currently inhabited by a single family but has all the amenities that can accommodate a home for the elderly or those requiring special care. Note that it is near a school adapted for disabled students. On the lot there is a small private lake. The Salmon River crosses the land to enter the Ottawa River. The farm, located across the street, has 6v buildings built in 1989.
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Property Type Farm Year of construction 1989  
Type of building   Trade possible
Building dimensions 22.31 m x 11.04 m Certificate of Location
Living Area 492.60 m²      
Lot dimensions Deed of Sale Signature 45 days
Zoning Residential, Commercial, Agricultural
Water supply Municipality Parking (total)
Foundation Poured concrete Driveway
Roofing Tin Garage Single width, Detached
Siding Stone, Pressed fibre, Other, Aluminum Lot Landscape
Windows Topography Flat
Window Type Distinctive Features
Energy/Heating Heating oil, Electricity, Bi-energy View Panoramic
Basement Proximity High school, Elementary school, Park - green area, Daycare centre, Highway  
Bathroom Adjoining to primary bedroom  
Exploitation Market gardening, General Sewage system Septic tank, Municipal sewer, Purification field
Parking Garage, Outdoor Distinctive features No neighbours in the back
Basement foundation Concrete slab on the ground Equipment available Alarm system, Electric garage door, Other
Available services Fire detector Easy access Mobility impaired accessible
Heating system Radiant, Electric baseboard units, Air circulation Building Shed, Hanhouse, Hangar, Barn, Garage, Cattle shed, Stable, Other
Width of the building
22.31 m
Depth building
11.04 m
Living area
492.60 m²
Lot dimensions (Sq. ft.)
40,162,320.00 sq. ft.
Fees and taxes
$1,345 (2022)
$26,640 (2022)
Expenses / Energy (per year)
Municipal evaluation

Room dimensions

Room(s) : 35    |   Bedroom(s) : 9    |   Bathroom(s) : 8   |    Powder room(s) : 3
Room(s) LEVEL DIMENSIONS Type of flooring Additional information
  11.0x10.1 P     on the side
  7.9x4.5 P     in bach
  7.1x5.7 P     closed wardrobe
  27.2x15 P    
  15x12 P    
  15x12.1 P    
  34x20.1 P     wood fireplace
  12x11.8 P    
  17x13 P    
  16.6x14.1 P    
  11.1x7.6 P    
  10.7x8 P     adjoining bedroom
  6.4x5.5 P     adjoining bedroom
  24x17 P     private bathroom
  12.1x9.6 P    
  24.4x16.5 P    
  24x9.5 P    
  11.1x8.9 P    
  9.9x7.4 P    
  14.5x5 P     adjoining bedroom
  12.9x7.1 P     adjoining bedroom
  6.4x6.2 P     adjoining bedroom
  18.8x12.5 P    
  24.4x16.5 P    
  20.7x16.7 P     whirlpool in romm
  20.9x15.7 P    
  19x12.3 P     whirlpool in room
  8.9x4.6 P     adjoining bedroom
  8x3 P     adjoining bedroom
  5x3 P     adjoining bedroom
  11x3.2 P     room shower
  8x3 P     only shower
  7.3x5.3 P     room shower
  4.9x2.9 P     for wheelchairs
  26.6x11.2 P    


Main House: fridge, stove, washer + dryer, dishwasher, connected alarm system, camera system, wood fireplace, 2 hot water tanks, freight elevator, stair lift. See Addendum for more.


Dining room light (wedding gift). Metal ring in the horse paddock. Harvests. All the animals. Tractors, farm tools and vendors' personal effects.


Continuation of inclusions:

Small red house on the grounds of the main house: (includes

fridge, stove, washer-dryer), paddock for horses, chicken


General store (also includes fridge, stove, washer-dryer).

Farm with a gross income of $300,000, including 6 buildings

mostly built in 1989. 2 new silos with propane drying

system. The dryer silo has 28p and 5 sections. The

ventilation silo has 28p and 7 sections.

Everything can be sold as a whole or separately:

- General store in Fassett: 100 acres (90 currently

cultivated) $950,000

- Lochaber land: 250 acres (150 currently cultivated) $1.4M

- 1105 Cote du Front, Main Farm, 520 acres (200 currently

cultivated) $3,975M

- 1108 Cote du Front, Main house, 40 acres (35 currently

cultivated) $1.3M

Superb estate of 950 acres including 470 currently

cultivable acres. Cold barn of 190 x 35 feet ready to

receive a herd of feeder cows, 2 new silos, including 1

with propane drying system.

All buildings are serviced by the municipal aqueduct. The

condition of the buildings is above average. Agriculture of

wheat, soybeans, hay, corn, potatoes, vegetables, legumes

and berries. Very fertile agricultural land, production

plan for organic certification. Mature maple forest.

Frontage of 1650 meters bordered by the Rivière aux Saumons

giving you access to the Ottawa River.

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 are still 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.


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