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Vacant Land For Sale In Terrebonne, Terrebonne (Terrebonne), Quebec

$499,000 +GST/QST

Ch. St-Roch, Terrebonne (Terrebonne), QC, H0H 0H0

  • $499,000 +GST/QST

Building Features:

  • Water Supply: None
  • Sewage System: None


  • Municipal Tax: $170
  • School Tax: $36
  • Annual Tax Amount: $206

Property Assessemnt:

  • Lot Assessment: $15,600
  • Total Assessment: $15,600

Property Features:

  • Lot Depth: 1092.5 Metre
  • Lot Frontage: 57.38 Metre
  • Lot Size: 670339.00 Square Feet
  • Zoning: RESI

Courtesy of: Royal LePage Habitations

Data provided by: Greater Montréal Real Estate Board 600 Ch Du Golf, Ile -Des -Soeurs, Quebec H3E 1A8
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