in Saguenay Fjord National Park
In Sacré-Coeur, in the province of Quebec.
20 km from the town of Tadoussac.
95 km from the town of La-Malbaie.
600 m from the sea.
600 m from Saguenay Fjord.
|Land/park/garden area :||144 ha|
|Main building surface area :||200 m²|
|Floor surface area of the outbuildings :||279 m²|
|Construction period :||21ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Ceiling height :||4 m|
|Number of main rooms :||10|
|Number of bedrooms :||3|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
|Parking spaces :||12|
This property dominates a wide section of Saguenay Fjord, with its cliffs plunging steeply into the seawater and bearing witness to the colossal force nature has used on this site. Lower down is an unspoilt area where beluga whales come to give birth. A little further away they can magically be seen dancing in the waves and heard singing. This residence was designed and decorated by an artist. With its local stone and wood walls, its stained glass windows, its cathedral ceilings, its covered gallery running the length of the building and its living rooms, filled with a panoramic view of the Fjord, it is completely in tune with its natural surroundings. Set in the midst of an estate spanning more than 140 hectares, this main building is flanked by numerous annex buildings, including a garage, an artist’s studio, the artist’s former exhibition gallery, three observation towers where residents can lose themselves in the spectacle of nature and a hunting lodge, from which enthusiasts can set off into the surroundings to try their skill on hares, partridges, moose and roe deer.
6 775 000 $ CA
so 4 594 534 €Daily updated exchange rate
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.