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Because she plans to move to Costa Rica full-time in May 2021, influencer Elisabeth Rioux's Quebec home is officially on the market.

This 4-bedroom house in Quartier Mirabel-en-Haut was built in 2018 and is just about as modern chic as it gets.

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The massive windows in the dining room face a green forest, making you feel immersed in nature while being inside.

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The master bedroom also has great natural light, plus enough space for everything you own.

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The baby room is simply adorable — just look at that pretty wallpaper.

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And the bathroom is basically every millennial's dream. I'm sure even the Gen Z's would love it.

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Whoever becomes the next owner of this house will surely be a lucky one. If you've got the funds, make sure to reach out to Erik Dagenais of DAGENAIS Immobilier, because it's likely this prime real estate won't be on the market for too long.

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Elisabeth Rioux's Home For Sale

Price: $999,900

Location: Quartier Mirabel-en-Haut, QC

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