Details

$139,900
11 Ch. du Ruisseau
Aumond
Type
Bungalow
Bedrooms
1
Living area
468 PC
Washrooms
1
MLS® 15514429

Property description

Small paradise of 1.7 acres with 370 feet of shoreline directly on Lake Murray. Chalet 4 seasons ready to receive you. Very well built by the seller owner. 20 minutes from Maniwaki and all its services.

Details

Room Floor Dimensions Floor covering
Kitchen 1st level/Ground floor 16.10x15.0 P Flexible floor coverings
Bedroom 1st level/Ground floor 10.2x9.0 P Floating floor
Bathroom 1st level/Ground floor 7.5x5.11 P Flexible floor coverings
Municipal Taxes $1,304
School taxes $105
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Number of rooms 3
Number of rooms above ground 1
Living area 468 SF
Expected delay of occupancy 15 days
Items included in the sale 2017 Craftman lawn tractor, pedal boat, wood stove, furniture, fishing cabin, air compressor, small chain saw, 10 strings of firewood, refrigerator, 2 round propane plate, water dispenser.
Dimension of the front of the building 30 F
Dimension of the depth of building 26 F
Land area 74367 SF
Dimension of the front of the land 370 F
Dimension of the depth of the land 213 F
Year built 2005
Municipal assessment (land) $37,000
Municipal assessment (building) $62,500
Municipal assessment (total) $99,500
Assessment year 2019
Area of ​​the building 780 SF
Irregular land Yes
Driveway Other
Landscaping Fenced
Cupboard Wood
Heating system Electric baseboard units, Other
Water supply Lake water
Heating energy Electricity, Wood
Equipment available Alarm system
Windows PVC, Wood
Foundation Piles
Hearth stove Wood burning stove
Siding Wood, Cedar shingles
Distinctive features Resort/Cottage, Motor boat allowed, Water front, Wooded, No neighbours in the back
Bathroom / Washroom Separate shower
Basement No basement
Parking Outdoor
Sewage system Dry well, Septic tank, Purification field
Window type Crank handle, Sliding
Roofing Tin
Topography Flat, Sloped
View Water
Zoning Residential
- Septic installation of 2012, certified 2 bedrooms, never
used.
- To install the foundation piles before the construction
of the building. The owner dug a 7 foot hollow hole and 2
feet wider than the current building. He added 2 feet of
clean stone in the bottom, then he added 200 feet of French
drain pipe flowing out, then 5 feet of filter sand to
finish with compacted sand. The cottage sits on 12
16-inch-high cement-based piles that end in a 12-inch
pyramid.