Montage du jour : le 5429 rue Hadley

2009-2013

Ceci n’est qu’un exemple parmi tant d’autres illustrant la précarité du cadre bâti ouvrier.  Lorsque ces minuscules résidences ne sont pas simplement démolies, elles adoptent souvent aujourd’hui, à la suite de multiples interventions et ou d’altérations, l’apparence d’une remise à jardin préfabriquée.

Voyez un autre exemple du genre ICI.

2 comments

  1. Décidément rénové pour aller avec le décor de Turcot. Il y en a plein des comme ça, et des bien pires, dans le hameau appelé Village Turcot situé entre la voie ferrée, la rue St-Rémi, le chemin Côte-St-Paul et la rue Notre-Dame. Faut le voir pour y croire tellement c’est laid.

  2. This place was for sale really cheap, it should have been demolished it was in really bad shape before, although it does look like a garden shed now whoever bought put alot of money into it as its foundation was crumbling and wood was rotting all over it, I went to see it as an option. Repairs cost alot of money I don’t think anyone would really invest much more than this for a small house under a highway. At least it’s functional now. You guys are getting really critical, and probably have never owned a home you have had to pay to fix. Maybe after repairing something you personally are invested in you would begin to see the value of the renos. Just this alone probably at a minimum cost someone 30 000$. The inside would have been redone too.

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