c. 1730 – Repentigny, Quebec, Canada

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Posted October 2018. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 10/26/18   -   Last OHD Update: 2/3/19   -   28 Comments
599 Rue du Manoir, Repentigny, Quebec

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  • $559,000 CAD
    $417,958 USD
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 3.7 Ac.
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French: Face au fleuve, le MANOIR NORMAND est reconnu par les spécialistes de l'histoire de l'architecture canadienne comme l'une des plus vieilles maisons du Québec (1730 appr.) Les propriétaires actuels ont su lui conserver son caractère historique. Un ajout de 5 pcs. fut annexé à la maison principale avec nombreuses possibilités d'usage. V.Addenda.

English: Facing the river, this Norman manor house is recognized by Canadian architectural historians as one of the oldest houses in Quebec (built in approx. 1730) The current owners have retained its historical character. An addition of 5 rooms was built onto the main house with many possibilities of use. See attachment.
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Lise Ferland, Re/Max
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28 Comments on c. 1730 – Repentigny, Quebec, Canada

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I looked into different translators but they all basically said the same. French speakers, help again! 🙂

  2. AvatarNeness says: 45 comments

    Commendable again, Kelly.

  3. AvatarStevenF says: 757 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I love how thick the walls in the living room are.

  4. AvatarMonChiChiPox says: 229 comments

    If this isn’t the pinnacle of old house dreaming then I just don’t know.

  5. JimHJimH says: 4197 comments
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    Kelly, you didn’t tell us you’re on vacation in Quebec. Très belle!

  6. AvatarDrew S. Saint James says: 24 comments

    This house is BEAUTIFUL.My son lives in Toronto I’ll have to get him to go through it for me.Ive been wanting to move to Canada this looks like a good fit for me.

    • AvatarKeith Sanders says: 104 comments

      I spent a couple of years in Ontario in the mid-70s, a good part of it in Toronto. I visited a couple of people in the downtown area who lived in Edwardian era homes – lovely staircases and tall wainscotting, etc. And, there is always Casa Loma to visit – an honest-to-goodness Gothic Revival castle equal to anything in the UK. I’ve been there a few times over the years – even had dinner in the library once…

  7. SharonSharon says: 406 comments
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    Sedalia, MO

    Ok, Kelly. Now I’m starting to think you’re photoshopping these Canadian homes. They are just the stuff of fairy tales.

  8. AvatarClarity says: 10 comments

    Amazing!! I would never have thought green and yellow window frames would look good, but they do! Such a quaint and beautiful house.

  9. AvatarSusan Severtsen says: 17 comments

    Absolute perfection!

  10. RosewaterRosewater says: 4542 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Very strictly ordered from top to bottom, inside and out. Try to find a even a hint of imprecision. Pretty.

  11. AvatarAngela says: 2 comments

    English: Facing the river, this Norman manor house is recognized by Canadian architectural historians as one of the oldest houses in Quebec (built in approx. 1730) The current owners have retained its historical character. An addition of 5 rooms was built onto the main house with many possibilities of use. See attachment.

    And when can I move in?

  12. AvatarEmma Henry says: 73 comments
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    El Paso, TX

    Now that’s the way to photograph a house!

  13. AvatarAnne-Marie Coppen says: 9 comments

    What an amazing home! However, I do see two bathrooms and maybe another toilet?

  14. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 851 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    Just perfect! old stone, old wood, a bit of refinement inside, joyful colors outside. Love!

  15. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 457 comments
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    1980 board & batten modern

    Looking at the first photo, I just love how this beautiful home is nestled into its surroundings. Lovely, lovely, lovely.

  16. AvatarKfidei says: 346 comments

    This fairy tale house looks as though it were Photoshopped, right down to the crystal clear cerulean blue sky. Everything about this home is perfection, from the amazing landscaping to the incredible interiors. I wish Canada encouraged retirees 🙂

  17. Avatardiybob1 says: 7 comments
    1990 colonial rancher
    Conowingo, MD

    WOW!Just plain gorgeous!

  18. TGrantTGrant says: 553 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    This is what agents mean when they say a property is charming!

  19. AvatarSue says: 1 comments

    Just perfect!

  20. Avatarcyberc says: 102 comments

    Repentigny is located on the East side of Montreal (French side) about an heure. It is a beautiful city with contrast of busy modern vibe and quiet French residential areas. Lots of docteurs, cafes, amendities but has that charm of big city in a small town feel for the area. The view of St Lawrence River is amazing. My family home is a bit East in Lavaltrie (1840). You will find what you’re looking for with this house. Just hone up on your French speaking skills. Adieu

  21. AvatarDeb says: 20 comments

    The greatroom and garden are perfection. I could spend hours exploring.

  22. AvatarAngie boldly going nowhere says: 27 comments

    This house is perfection, inside and out, and has jumped to the top of my list of favourite houses that I’ve seen on OHD. Words fail me. The house, the grounds, and the river!! It is magical and then some!!

  23. AvatarApril says: 18 comments

    That stone wall on the interior adds such fabulous texture. What a beautiful house, and it’s obviously been lovingly kept down to the tiniest detail. It’s a treat to experience through those masterful photos.

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