house hunting

Discussion in 'Love & Lifestyles' started by Professur, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

  2. Gato_Solo

    Gato_Solo Out-freaking-standing OTC member

    I like the second one, but I've always been partial to ranch-style houses. :shrug: Besides, number three is too close to the street and the neighbors.
     
  3. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    I like it too, but there's some question about the well. It's not on city water and sewer.
     
  4. Leslie

    Leslie Communistrator Staff Member

    I like the 3rd one. and prolly way more bang for the buck if you're planning on fixingupping anyway. And a decent neighbourhood of young families I'd wager.

    For move-in-ness, I betcha the first is in the best condition. The first...what's to the right of it? Not a car lot or a store or something? Oh, and the pool isn't fenced. No good.
     
  5. PrincessLissa

    PrincessLissa New Member

    I like the first one.
     
  6. Gato_Solo

    Gato_Solo Out-freaking-standing OTC member

    My French is extremely rusty, so I didn't read any of it. I just looked at the pictures.
     
  7. HomeLAN

    HomeLAN New Member

    I like the second one quite a bit. What's the lot size?
     
  8. Gato_Solo

    Gato_Solo Out-freaking-standing OTC member

    Oh, no! Don't ask him that! He'll give you the 'meter' size, and make you convert. :eek:
     
  9. Dave

    Dave Well-Known Member

    the second one is kinda like what we are looking for only with a porch.
     
  10. IDLEchild

    IDLEchild Well-Known Member

    Damn those are cheap.

    #1

    #2 is nice but looks too desolate
     
  11. Inkara1

    Inkara1 Well-Known Member

    I also like the second one. And I echo IC's sentiment about how cheap those prices are. You can't even buy a condo around here for twice those prices, in US and not Canadian dollars. You might be able to buy a single-wide in a seniors' trailer park.
     
  12. Mare

    Mare New Member

    I like the 1st one
     
  13. HomeLAN

    HomeLAN New Member

    Actually, privacy appeals to me a great deal.
     
  14. Gonz

    Gonz molṑn labé Staff Member

    The Ranch...no stairs to climb
     
  15. PT

    PT Off 'Motherfuckin' Topic Elite

    I like ranches for just that reason. Not that it' sa major thing now, but it won't be much longer and I know I won't want to be doing stairs. Also look for laundry upstairs, be nice to the wife.
     
  16. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member


    501' X 206' IRR. 124861 sq.ft

    And it's got a basement, with a finished family room, and workshop.


    Housing cost in the Mtl area is about as cheap as you'll find in a good economic region. A similar house in Ottawa (less than 2.5 hours west) are double. Toronto is even worse. But their taxes are lower, and base pay is higher. It all evens out.
     
  17. HomeLAN

    HomeLAN New Member

    Almost 3 acres?! Jeebus, man, clarify that well situation.
     
  18. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    Specifically, it says that the septic system and well and "not conform". But the word they use for the septic system is a rather old and obscure one, which leads me to think cesspit, or holding tank. Unusual on that large a property. There's loads of room for a weeper field. And grouping the well and septic together makes me wonder is perhaps they're finding bacteria in the well.
     
  19. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    Well, just rung off with the agent. #2 is a public offer (probably up for taxes). The septic is something called a dry well. Apparently, it's a large open tank and it's just let to evaporate. Illegal to sell without installing a new system. That's the catch. But there's 2 offers on it already, and if the first isn't accepted, the second will be, so that's gone. #1 is vacant, already. Might go nosing this weekend.
     
  20. Gato_Solo

    Gato_Solo Out-freaking-standing OTC member

    :hmm: How rude. It's not all that expensive to replace a septic system there, is it? How far down is the frost line? You could probably do it for about $7500 USD, and add that into the mortgage payment. :shrug:
     

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