This beautiful area in Quarry Point Hudson is surrounded by trees and all the tranquility of nature. Just a two minute walk from Sandy Beach with incredible sunset and mountain views. Incredible autumn colors, white winters for snowshoeing, and summer days at the beach or yacht club nearby.
An exceptional area to settle in
A fifteen minute walk or quick drive to Village of Hudson, where you’ll find local cafes, restaurants, unique businesses and essentials. Halfway to Vaudreuil along the water, quick access to Oka Ferry, trails, and a quick drive to the highway.
This four bedroom and two and a half bathroom home has been lovingly maintained and kept over the years. It features elegant marble and granite counters, travertine and bamboo flooring, a large kitchen island, cozy den and living room with a gas fireplace. Bright and open floorplan with views of trees from every window to appreciate!
Upstairs you are greeted with an exceptionally large bedroom with a fireplace and storage, making this a perfect office, library, playroom, or family area. Two other good sized bedrooms with a family bathroom. A separate spacious master room with walk in closet and ensuite bathroom, which has a vintage style freestanding tub and separate shower.
The fully finished basement is bright and open, and offers lots of storage space. Outdoors gives plenty of privacy when the trees are in full bloom. Numerous areas in the backyard to accommodate for firepit, gazebo, extended balcony and spa; whatever your plans may be. Access point at the end of the cul-de-sac bringing you to Sandy Beach.
A truly exceptional area to settle down; this home is a lovely fit for a family who loves spending time outdoors in nature, walking, and discovering the unmatched character and charm of Hudson.
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