Built in the late eighteenth century, the Domaine Pointe-Saint-Vallier is located near the town of Saint-Vallier on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. This unique heritage site, a reflection of the seigneurial era, includes a stately manor house and a barn, as well as wooded areas and fields sheltering a vast wealth of wildlife. This historic site is a must see!
The Canadian Heritage of Quebec acquired this property in 1999 in collaboration with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), Quebec region. NCC protects wildlife habitats and plant species on the site while CHQ ensures the preservation of the manoir and other buildings. These conservation initiatives are also in partnership with the Corporation du Domaine Pointe-de-Saint-Vallier which looks after the development of this site and the organization of summer activities with a team of volunteers.
In 2011, CHQ fully funded a project to restore the manoir. This restoration work enabled the replacement of a “tôle à la canadienne” metal roof, the repair of exterior wooden galleries, as well as repairs to the structure of the ground floor.
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