1690 – Sainte-Famille, Quebec, Canada – $187,731

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Added to OHD on 10/22/18   -   Last OHD Update: 2/12/19   -   13 Comments
2817 Ch. Royal Sainte-Famille, Quebec

Price

$249,000 CAD
$187,731 USD

Beds

2

Baths

1

SqFt

2708

Acres

6.4

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French: Propriété tout en pierre du XVIIe siècle faisant partie de l'histoire de l'Île d'Orléans situé dans un secteur paisible en pleine nature. Immenses pièces avec murs de pierre et poutres apparentes, grand terrain sans voisin arrière près de 26 000 pc , vue partielle au Fleuve et Côte de Beaupré, remise avec atelier. Pour amoureux du Patrimoine !

English: 17th century stone property, part of the history of Île d'Orléans located in a peaceful area surrounded by nature. Huge rooms with stone walls and exposed beams, large lot with no rear neighbors close to 26 000 sf, partial view to the river and Côte de Beaupré, shed with workshop. For Heritage lovers!
Contact Information
Yves Emond, Re/Max
418-666-5050
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13 Comments on 1690 – Sainte-Famille, Quebec, Canada – $187,731

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  1. SharonSharon says: 332 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Sedalia, MO

    1690?! Wow! Now that’s an old New World home. And stunning. The wide-plank floors make the place. This home is just pleading for period furnishings.

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  2. AvatarThomas McLEan says: 21 comments

    I love it! It looks more of a fairy tail cottage…
    That bathtub looks like a claw foot in disguise too!

    6
  3. AvatarDeborah W Mann says: 168 comments

    Are the ceilings low or just the way the pictures were taken??

    2
    • AvatarGloriaH says: 81 comments

      Low. In those days, your only heat was a fireplace, no you didn’t spend time heating air above your head.

      1
    • Avatarvlkerr says: 6 comments
      The older the better! Kansas City, MO

      I thought the same Deborah! Couldn’t be very tall or you’d clunk your head on everything!

      1
  4. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 773 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    I’m in love! Stone, slates, colorful exterior trim and windows. Quintessential Québec!

    2
  5. AvatarDiane Freyer says: 7 comments

    Beautiful!I’m surprised that it has such an open floor plan for it’s age.I’m in love!Already arranging my furniture in my mind.Such a peaceful setting….

  6. Avatarr myers says: 25 comments

    love the flooring & the cooking hearth behind iron doors.

  7. AvatarMonChiChiPox says: 230 comments

    Part of my old stomping grounds. I lived a few happy years, during college, in Quebec City. Île d’Orléans is very close and it’s part of the summer to go to the island for all your fruits and vegetables. The beauty of the island is indescribable. You’d be well served if you look up some pictures. Île d’Orléans also claims to have the oldest church in North America. You are the purest of pure laine if you can trace your ancestry back to the island. Just one thing though. When you’re selling your house get the trampoline out of the yard before you take the pictures.

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9797 comments
      Admin

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      People like to nitpick what I should and shouldn’t be doing so am going to stick up for the agent on this since they tend to deal with the same. It’s a trampoline, why would that deter someone from wanting to inquire about the home? It’s not so big that it hides the house, good on the parents for providing something fun for the kids to do (when I was a kid my trampoline was a fallen tree that you could stand on and bounce up and down, I envy kids today that get fun toys.) Not wanting to be argumentative but sometimes I don’t get it.

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      • AvatarGloriaH says: 81 comments

        Obviously a young family living here. No need to hide that. They have decluttered personal items from inside the home. My folks moved several times when I was a kid. We cleaned the house, but not once did we feel that we had to remove our presence from the home. I think this all started when cable networks overloaded us with all of the different shows for the past 20+ years. I’ll be glad when people can get back to seeing past my furniture and wall hanging choices.

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      • AvatarMonChiChiPox says: 230 comments

        It’s not you it’s me. I’m one of those irritating people who feels my internet commenting has to have at least one funny and/or sarcastic part. Plus having had one in my yard for the better part of five years I hate the things.

  8. Avatarsukeraa says: 2 comments

    I would move to Canada just for that house. It’s gorgeous!

    2

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