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Two or more storey

for sale

163 Ch. du Centre

,

Lac-Brome

$1 448 000

  • 11980006
  • 2+1
  • 4
  • 28.6ac
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The quintessential log-house, made by the canadian manufacturer, Panabode. This spacious, four bedroom home was thoughtfully laid out with a solid structure of massive exposed beams which make it have a warm chalet feel. Situated on 26 acres of land, with landscaping that has flower and vegetable gardens featured over the cleared land and trails in the woods which include many maple trees. This home has enormous potential to be a luxury estate in one of the prettiest areas of Lac-Brome, only minutes from the village.

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Addendum
PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT THIS HOME HAS BEEN VIRTUALLY STAGED
TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHAT IT COULD LOOK LIKE.

Built in the early 80's from the manufacturer; Panabode.
According to the company website; The name Pan-Abode was
chosen in tribute to Pan, the Greek god of wilderness who
was traditionally worshipped in natural and rustic settings.

This type of house is traditionally seen in in rustic areas
to take advantage of the beauty of the surrounding nature.
Many windows overlook the bucolic landscape and hills in
the distance and the skies turn pink in the sunsets!

High quality raised seam metal roof.
300 foot artesian well with a UV light to assure water
quality.

Currently there are only subfloors in the house.

This home is situated in agricultural land. This means that
you can build accessory buildings according the municipal
regulations, but not a second, separate residence on the
property without C.P.T.A.Q permission (Commission de
Protection des Terrains Agricol du Quebec)

Please take note, that this house is being sold by an
estate.
In addition
Taxes of $3 452
Municipal: $3 451
School: $1
Municipal evaluation $543 400
Land: $232 400
Building: $311 000
Lot of 28.6ac
99.06m x 1169.75m
Incomes and Costs
Costs
Municipal Taxes $3 451
School taxes $1
Total $3 452
Rooms
9.7x6.10 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
17.3x13.5 ft.
Floor
Flooring
Notes 
19.11x29 ft.
Floor
Flooring
Notes 
13.3x13.10 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
17.3x13.5 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
11x13.5 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
5.11x10.5 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
6.2x12.10 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
34.2x6.11 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
15.2x12.6 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
12.5x15.11 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
10x10.3 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
10.10x14 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
13x17.6 ft.
Floor
Flooring
Notes 
9.7x13.2 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
12.8x11.10 ft.
Floor
Flooring
 
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*Sold without legal warranty of quality, at the buyer's own risks.
Exclusions
Some furniture and personal effects
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FRANCIS COURNOYER
Residential Real Estate Broker

Sold without legal warranty of quality, at the buyer's own risks.

Addenda
PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT THIS HOME HAS BEEN VIRTUALLY STAGED
TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHAT IT COULD LOOK LIKE.

Built in the early 80's from the manufacturer; Panabode.
According to the company website; The name Pan-Abode was
chosen in tribute to Pan, the Greek god of wilderness who
was traditionally worshipped in natural and rustic settings.

This type of house is traditionally seen in in rustic areas
to take advantage of the beauty of the surrounding nature.
Many windows overlook the bucolic landscape and hills in
the distance and the skies turn pink in the sunsets!

High quality raised seam metal roof.
300 foot artesian well with a UV light to assure water
quality.

Currently there are only subfloors in the house.

This home is situated in agricultural land. This means that
you can build accessory buildings according the municipal
regulations, but not a second, separate residence on the
property without C.P.T.A.Q permission (Commission de
Protection des Terrains Agricol du Quebec)

Please take note, that this house is being sold by an
estate.
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