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3318 Rue De La Noraye Saint-Hubert (Longueuil), Québec

$529,000

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  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 6,964 Sqft
  • .16 Acres

Essential Information

  • MLS® #9861704
  • Price$529,000
  • Price (Euro)€349,615
  • Bedrooms3
  • Bathrooms2
  • Square Footage6964
  • Acres0.16
  • Year Built2008
  • TypeResidential
  • Sub-TypeCottage, Detached
  • StatusActive
  • EV IDCA-0028ND

Community Information

  • Address3318 Rue De La Noraye
  • SubdivisionLe Boisé de Saint-Hubert
  • CitySaint-Hubert (Longueuil)
  • ProvinceQuebec
  • Postal CodeJ3Z0A8

Amenities

  • ParkingOutdoor, Garage
  • GaragesAttached, Heated
  • Has PoolYes
  • PoolAbove-ground

Interior

Interior Features

Dishwasher, stove, light fixtures, blinds, central vacuum and accessories, alarm system, shed, above ground pool and accessories.

Heating

Electric baseboard units, Electricity

Exterior

  • Lot Description59 x 117 ft
  • RoofAsphalt shingles
  • FoundationPoured concrete

Additional Information

  • ZoningResidential

Property Description for 3318 Rue De La Noraye

First time on the market since construction! This comfy contemporary home is well located in a great neighbourhood. It features hardwood floors throughout, a great floorpan and lots of natural light. The dining room leads to a wonderful deck and a big private yard with no close rear neighbours. As a bonus, a family room was added above the garage.

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