Nicely located between two heritage homes, this more recent house was
inspired by traditional Quebec architecture with its slanted roof,
distinctive windows and outward appearance. The three-story house, with
its interior bathed in light, was at the origin of the Chalets-Village
concept of rented country houses in 1988.
It can accommodate from two to
twelve people. The total surface of the 3 floors is 2200 square feet.
The floor in the living room is made of massive oak wood.
In this house, the bedrooms upstairs are equipped with air-conditioning