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Remarks

Impeccable property, construction 2010, quality materials. Dead end street for a maximum of tranquility. Peaceful and wooded site, + 3.9 acres. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Superb kitchen with lots of storage. Imposing fireplace in the living room & dining room. Remarkable fenestration. Cold room, large workshop in the basement with outside exit.


* Enjoy access (municipal) to Lake Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley, Lake Massawippi & Lake Magog.
* Very well located property between Magog & Sherbrooke, near access to the highway (410 & 55), services, the University of Sherbrooke, etc.
* Parking space for recreational vehicle or boat behind the shed.
* Large vegetable garden with blueberry, mulberry, currant bushes, etc.
* Possibility of a 3rd bathroom in the basement (plumbing under tile already in place).
* Massive fireplace that separates dining room and living room with baking oven next to dining room.
* The massive fireplace is a masonry work of art that stores the heat produced by the combustion of the burned wood, and slowly releases it for several hours.
Here are some peculiarities of the fireplace:
- Respect for the environment: releases 2 to 3 times less particles per hour than EPA certified stove & is only lit a few hours a day to keep the house warm.
- Safety: the fireplace is always warm without ever becoming burning hot. - Comfort and health: Once warmed, the masonry emits a soft and constant heat. Unlike a forced air system, no dust is transported in the air, burned on electric baseboards or on a hot metal stove.
- Energy efficiency: quickly stores the heat produced by a strong and intense fire and releases it slowly for 12 to 24 hours.
- Combustion efficiency: burns wood & flue gas, recovering more than 90% of the energy released for heating.
- Wood saving: one fire per day (50 lbs) of dry wood can be enough to heat from 1500 to 2000 sf. Any type of wood can be used

Inclusions:  Dishwasher, light fixtures, blinds, curtains, curtain rods, solar shades, air exchanger, wall mounted heat pump, central vacuum & accessories, water softener, alarm system, console in the lobby, brown cabinet in the office of the second floor, 2 louvers in the bathroom on the second floor.
Exclusions:  Stained glass in the office.

Rooms

  • Foyer
    • Level: Ground 2.87 m x 2.35 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Living - Irregular
    • Level: Ground 3.69 m x 4.30 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
    • Fireplace
  • Kitchen
    • Level: Ground 4.08 m x 3.44 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Dining
    • Level: Ground 4.72 m x 3.93 m
    • Flooring:   Wood
  • Den
    • Level: Ground 4.72 m x 2.13 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Bedroom - Irregular
    • Level: Ground 3.96 m x 3.96 m
    • Flooring:   Wood
  • Bathroom - Irregular
    • Level: Ground 3.99 m x 2.68 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Master Bedroom - Irregular
    • Level: 2nd 5.12 m x 3.90 m
    • Flooring:   Wood
  • Other
    • Level: 2nd 2.90 m x 2.35 m
    • Flooring:   Wood
  • Bedroom
    • Level: 2nd 4.63 m x 4.63 m
    • Flooring:   Wood
  • Bathroom
    • Level: 2nd 6.25 m x 3.08 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Bedroom
    • Level: Basement 3.93 m x 3.90 m
    • Flooring:   Laminate floor
  • Storage
    • Level: Basement 2.62 m x 2.47 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Cellar/Cold Room
    • Level: Basement 2.74 m x 2.38 m
    • Flooring:   Ceramic
  • Workshop - Irregular
    • Level: Basement 9.78 m x 7.04 m
    • Flooring:   Concrete

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