Every day, hundreds of properties change hands in Quebec, most without knowing the details. That was before we got interested… Here are the latest deals that caught our eye.
A Chelsea residence in the Outaouais has just found a buyer in a bidding war for $2,275,000, or $75,000 more than the asking price in previous weeks.
This single-storey residence, built a stone’s throw from Gatineau Park, offers its new owners a living area of 343.6 m2.2. It is distinguished, among other things, by the high ceilings, a courtyard with an elevated pool and a staircase of a beauty described as sculptural by its sellers. The house is located on an extensive plot of almost two hectares, or 8001.3 m2.
The previous owners purchased this residence in 2011 for $985,000. When it was put back on the market in 2022, its sellers had listed it for more than double that, or $2,200,000. The transaction ended in a bidding war for $2,275,000.
In the last appraisal panel, 8, chemin des Hauts-Bois was assigned a value of $1,715,800. This was an increase of 38%, or $479,800, from the valuation of his previous role ($1,236,000).
In 2023, the council taxes for this bungalow were $10,155. A transfer tax of $45,230, payable to the City of Chelsea, is added to the purchase price for buyers.
With the contribution of Philippe Langlois.
Excerpt from the weekly real estate column of diary. If you know of an interesting transaction, please do not hesitate to report it email@example.com.