Lac Heney , Quebec Properties
$165,000 Beach Cottage 306 Ch. du Lac Heney
$450,000 For Both 303-306 Properties
Large 5 bedroom Heritage Lake House with Waterfront Guest Cottage. Over 2 acres with mountain terrain, forest and 240’ beach shoreline.
Former Gatineau Lodge with large kitchen featuring commercial appliances. Properties can be sold separately.Comparable Cottage Prices on this lake are listed or sold at At $575k/580/ 599k. Bank Appraisal $380k in 2014.
Wood floors and varying designs of log & wood siding.
Electric & wood heating. Drilled well. Septic system.
Updated electrical & plumbing. New asphalt shingle & steel roof.
Four Season Home with Updated Insulation.
Large garage. Extra large basement.
Photos & Specs Sheet Available. Please Contact Owner.
LOCATION : One hour 20min to Ottawa Capital of Canada. 3 hours by auto Montreal. 6.5 hours by auto Toronto. Direct connections from Ottawa International Airport to London, Frankfurt, Paris, New York etc. There is also an airport 30 min away in Maniwaki, Quebec for aircraft for up to 18 passengers. Sea planes permitted on Lac Heney.
MAINTENANCE : The area is easily accessible via paved road serviced by the local town of Gracefield . Curbside garbage & recycling pickup. Great snow removal.
INVESTMENT VALUE : Guest Cottage is rented at $700. - $800. CDN weekly in summer. Established Clientele. House can be rented for $1200- $1500. per week.
Fall & spring fishing & hunting. Lac Heney is one of the largest & more prestigious lakes in the Gatineau. Property values increase each year on the big lakes vs the smaller lakes.
Popular ski hill 20 min. at Mont Ste Marie.Several golf courses in area.Many lakes closeby for additional fishing, hunting and exploring.
Lac Ste Marie is 20 minutes south of Lac Heney. Plans for a new hotel and renewal of the Lac Ste Marie Golf Club recently announced by local owners.
Nearby Cottage Sales Lac Heney : Waterfront 4 bdrm w/ 1 acre $392k in 2010.
HISTORICAL NOTES : Gracefield is 15 minutes away. Gracefield accesses many of the lakes in the Upper Gatineau. Included on this list are parts of Blue Sea Lake, Heney Lake ( Lac Heney ) , Lac Pemichangan & 31 Mile Lake. The town was named by Alonzo Wright M.P. in honour of Patrick Grace – the town’s Mayor - who also donated land for the railway station. His cousins Thomas, John & Patrick formed Grace Bros. general store & lumber merchants They were pioneer businessmen from 1870’s to 1930’s and owned stores in Kazabazua, Gracefield, Bouchette and Maniwaki ; as well as lumber & mining rights. The first Fish & Game Lodge on Lac Heney was established in 1925 by Gerald Grace, son of Thomas. At that time the lake was referred to as Little Whitefish Lake. Thomas Grace owned a large tract of land on the lake in the early 1900's.