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Jardins du Moulin Condominiums, Laval QC

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Developer sold out
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136 Avenue Léo-Lacombe, Laval, QC

Community by Belcourt

Townhouse
60 Units, - Stories
3 Bedrooms
Complete

Overview

Jardins du Moulin Condominiums is a new townhouse community By Belcourt at 136 Avenue Léo-Lacombe, Laval. Jardins du Moulin Condominiums has a total of 60 units.
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Jardins du Moulin Condominiums details

Building Type:Townhouse
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Belcourt
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Jardins du Moulin Condominiums marketing summary

From Jardins du Moulin Condominiums:

Jardins du Moulin Condominiums are located on avenue Léo-Lacombe and boulevard des Prairies in Laval des Rapids-Ten 3 storey buildings house 6 unique condos with a choice of 2 or 3 bedroom units. The condos are beautifully proportioned and well-balanced with a choice of outstanding standard finishes, large balconies or terraces, and much more
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Last update: Apr 25, 2013
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