Lot dimensions 19.1 hectares (2 055 906.90 ft²)

Owners’ comments

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Possibility of construction following the approval of the CPTAQ that authorizes construction on an area of 20 hectares, A claim for exemption is required since the land at 19.1 hectares,

woodland with an area of 19.1 hectares or 47.19 acres located in a green agricultural zone in Saint-Victor de Beauce (lots 309-p and 311).

- There is a development plan made by the Association des Owners de Boisés de la Beauce (APPBB).

- Lot lines are clearly visible in the field.

- The woodland is not landlocked and access is possible by the row, bordered on the other side by the river du Cinq also called the river Gosselin.

- Electricity is available from the public road.

- Hunting in this area is to be considered: deer and small game.

- The stands on the map of the development plan:

· Stand # 7: this is the area occupied by the roads for about 5.4 hectares. There are several paths inside the woodland.

· Stand # 12: The stand is composed of: sugar maple 70%, red maple 14% and companion species 16% such as beech, yellow birch, etc. 3 large linden trees more than 100 years old. The maple bush has a possibility of 500 cuts on an area of about 2 hectares.

· Recovering stand # 2: young plantation (1994-1995-2008), area of 1.3 hectares.

· Forest stands with volumes of wood (spruce, cedar, fir): 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 on an area of 10.4 hectares.

Value for land in 2012: $72,600

Easy access from the row and the roads on the land:

Value of young stands:

Value of maple bush: $22,000

Value of standing wood: $33,000

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Property features

Asking Price
Certificate of Location
Municipal evaluation
Courtyard orientation
Municipal evaluation's date
Lot's municipal evaluation
Taxes year

Lot description:

  • Water Access
  • Waterfront
  • Panoramic view
  • River / Waterfall
  • Mature trees
  • Cul-de-Sac
  • stream / river
  • follows de mountain side
  • slope


  • No backyard neighbors
  • Residential area

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Property transfer

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Wood Lot for sale

No. 724446

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