|Property Type||Revenue property||Year of construction||1870|
|Type of building||Attached|
|Building dimensions||23.01 m x 11.84 m - irr||Certificate of Location|
|Living Area||8,468.84 sq. ft.||Trade possible|
|Lot dimensions||23.01 m x 38.78 m - irr||Deed of Sale Signature||120 days|
|Window Type||Crank handle||Distinctive Features|
|Basement||6 feet and over, Unfinished||Proximity||Cegep, Hospital, Bicycle path, Public transport|
|Heating system||Hot water||Parking (total)||Outdoor|
|Sewage system||Municipal sewer|
|Rooms||LEVEL||DIMENSIONS||Type of flooring||Additional information|
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Otherwise, it will be requested at the time of the visit.
Thank you for your collaboration.
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WHAT YOU HAVE TO KNOW :
This is a premium Montreal site offering a lot of business
opportunities. As soon as you enter the building, the place
faithfully reflects the soul of 19th century's Montreal and
inspires the imagination, either in the pursuit of a hotel
business or for any other commercial activities.
Each building includes four floors constructed in 1870 and
has a capacity of six residential units and two commercial
units. For the purpose of municipal taxes calculations,
the building is designed as a class 5 non-residential,
which means that 15% of the surface and less than 30% must
stay commercial, so a minimum of 1 280 square feet and a
maximum of 2 820 square feet, while the rest of the area
can be residential, including new construction at the back.
According to the actual zoning, 100 % of the surface 305
and 307 Ontario East can be constructed, including 85% of
the 311 Ontario East surface. For more information, please
communicate with us.
The building is at the corner of Ontario and Sanguinet and
has an attic roof with three metal slopes, skylights and a
closed porch. Its natural charm has been conserved. Inside,
the woodwork and moldings were restored and others were
added for the sake of authenticity while respecting
Victorian decorative art. It includes exterior stone walls,
high ceilings, and high wooden interior doors. The
bathrooms and kitchens have been redecorated. The facade
of the buildings is 75 feet and the floor area is 8,468
square feet including the two units on the ground floor.
Both buildings have eight-foot basements.