Two or more storey
50 Rue de l'Union,
- 24.49m x 12.39m
A JEWEL IN THE HEART OF COATICOOK. Spacious ancestral residence, neoclassical style offering very large rooms including 5 bedrooms, 2.5 s. bathroom, hardwood and ceramic floors, fireplace and wood stove. Located on large private grounds, large barn / garage. Near all services. Reconnect with history!
Sold without legal warranty of quality, at the buyer's own risks.
SEVERAL IMPROVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS; -Barn redone for the most part (chassis, repainted and stripped, beam added to the floor that has been rested. (2015) -Excavation of the barn entrance to the street, asphalt repairs, dog pens (2010) -Balcony redone in full (2014) -Columns covered and refreshed (2018) -Painted whole house (2016) -Gutters added in full (2014) -Full landscaping -Several windows changed (2013 kitchen and 2016 dining room) - Complete change of the heating system (natural gas 2010) -Comptoirs and sink changed to 2nd
At only; -1 minutes from downtown -5 minutes from the Coaticook Gorge Park -30 minutes from Magog and Sherbrooke
House built in 1853 by Captain James Thompson, first customs officer after the construction of the railway and commander in the Royal Navy of the United States.
Located in the Eastern Townships, the region of the Coaticook Valley is full of activities, nature and culture! Lovers of good food will also be delighted to discover an agrotourism that knows how to stand out! Good visit!