|Property Type||Triplex||Year of construction||1910|
|Type of building||Attached|
|Building dimensions||17.00 ft. x 50.70 ft. - irr||Certificate of Location|
|Living Area||Trade possible|
|Lot dimensions||17.00 ft. x 77.60 ft.||Deed of Sale Signature|
|Roofing||Garage||Detached, Single width|
|Window Type||Hung, Crank handle||Distinctive Features|
|Basement||6 feet and over, Other, Unfinished||Proximity||Other, Park - green area, Bicycle path, Elementary school, Public transport|
|Heating system||Electric baseboard units||Equipment available||Wall-mounted air conditioning|
|Parking (total)||Garage||Sewage system||Municipal sewer|
|Rooms||LEVEL||DIMENSIONS||Type of flooring||Additional information|
|Kitchen||Ground floor||12.2x7.7 ft.||Wood|
|Living room||Ground floor||10.10x9.4 ft.||Wood||Unclosed double room|
|Master bedroom||Ground floor||9.10x8.11 ft.||Wood||With a cupboard and storage|
|Bedroom||Ground floor||10.10x9.5 ft.||Wood||Unclosed double room|
|Bathroom||Ground floor||5x4.7 ft.||Ceramic tiles|
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Occupancy of the first floor free to the buyer.
Potential to create a large backyard instead of the garage
and the development of a basement, currently used as
storage and laundry room (see photos: a height of 6.7 feet
to the ceiling and 5.11 to the joists)
Wall-mounted air conditioner on the ground floor
Walk-score : 93
Daily running becomes a pleasure
A nice place for cyclists and closer to La Fontaine Park.
2 daycares less than 5 minutes walk away.
2 elementary school less than 10 minutes walk away
The 3 closest high schools are between 10 and 15 minutes
The closest stations are Mont-Royal and Laurier.
Bus station :
Close to frequent bus services less than 5 mn walk away
Albert Saint-Martin Park, Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park and
Without forgetting the famous La Fontaine park
There is a wide variety of stores within walking distance.
The nearest grocery stores are less than 15 minutes walk
away, and there are also a large number of grocery stores
A bit of history
Formerly rue Dufferin :
On maps dated 1890 and 1907, the street was named Dufferin.
In fact it was Sir Frederick Temple
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Earl of Dufferin, born in
1826 in Italy.
May 29, 1911, new appointment
Troilus de Mergouez, Marquis de La Roche (1540-1606)