Sold without legal warranty of quality, at the buyer's own risks.

***Please note that visits will take place on Saturdays at 
11 am ONLY if an appointment is taken at least 48 hrs in 

Historic property with several possibilities for 
entrepreneurs or nature lovers and animals!


Other parts of the main building not described: 5 bedrooms, 
1 bathroom and 1 powder room
Property Details:

-9 Kerr: Building 53 x 35 irr. rented for years by a 
company of natural soap but currently vacant. No water 
system. Improvements: new electrical input 200 amps, 
replaced shingles, exterior paint, insulation, walls, 
ceiling, replaced some support posts, front door.

-7B Kerr: House of 24 x 20 rent for $ 680 / month. Bungalow 
of 2 bedrooms. Uses the same well and septic tank of the 
main building. Renovations: kitchen IKEA, block foundation 
redone, plumbing, electricity 200 amps, windows, balcony, 
insulation, walls, ceilings, hot water tank, doors, 
bathroom, fan, outdoor stone walkway. New microwave range 
hood and dishwasher 2019

7 Kerr: rented for 1620$/month for 2/3 of building. Lease 
can be broken with 4 months notice for moving. 
MAIN BUILDING Improvements:
HOT WATER TANK with propane, installed Summer 2011 ($ 
1600), NEW OIL FURNACE Fall 2011 ($ 5000), Oil Tank, Roof 
2010 aluminum (very expensive, around $ 40,000, good for 
life) , exterior painting, 35 PELLA custom-made windows 
(+/- $ 40000), 2 quality front doors that follow the 
original style of the building, wall insulation to the left 
of the dining room, landscaping; retaining wall, entrance, 
bathroom redone, new commercial kitchen, 2 pellet stoves 
add +/- 2015, 2 sinks, electric entrance, bathroom, rebuilt 
patio in back, laundry room, support posts worked, water 
pump, power line brought to the barn.
Approximately $ 250,000 of work done since 2003.
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