As winter continues on its way, some potential chalet buyers may stop at this property where the snow suits so well.

Built in 1957 in the vicinity of Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson, it was revised and corrected a few years ago for greater comfort, while retaining its rustic character. Note the open concept main living rooms, with fireplace, large bay windows, kitchen counter and mini-mezzanines. A pretty veranda, as well as three bedrooms and a family room located on the garden level complete the package, always under the sign of conviviality.

As a bonus, a mini-chalet is also present on the grounds; it’s not big luxury, but this intimate space, a little set back, is perfect for isolating yourself, even having its own mini-veranda. We love the belt of trees surrounding the property, announcing great outdoor adventures in the surrounding area, as well as the 9,000 ft2 (836 m2) private pond, which can be used as an ice rink in winter, but also fishing and swimming area in summer.