93-95 Richelieu


This two-storey building is located on Richelieu street in Old Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. The west part at 93 Richelieu is a composite construction with a wooden floors and roof framework supported by exterior masonry walls made up of three rows of brick. More modern construction methods were used for the east part at 95 Richelieu. The building consists of a wood construction with the outside walls made of plank lumber and brick masonry. The common wall was also made of three rows of brick masonry.

  • Services

    • Outdoor parking in the back of the building
  • History

    For the time being, we are unaware of the building’s history, but it appears that it was built at two different times. The West part (93 Richelieu) was built first circa the late 19th century. The East part (95 Richelieu) was built a few years later (early 20th century). This part of the building is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau Style. The builder of this second part attempted to match it to the original building in terms of height and a similar brick cladding in colour and texture.

  • Caracteristics

    Adresse : 93 Rue Richelieu
    Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC J3B 6X2

    Autre(s) façade(s) : 95 Rue Richelieu
    Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC J3B 6X2

    Vocation : Résidentiel

    Géré par : Gestion Georges Coulombe

Demandez une visite