Located 5 minutes east of the dynamic and colourful downtown area of Baie-Saint-Paul, the Village Sport Nature Domaine Charlevoix offers modern well-equipped villas on the border of an immense park, the Laure-Conan Park. The Village Sport Nature is part of the Domaine Charlevoix, which is a residential resort development project of a unique splendour in Québec.


The villas offered are ultra intimate since they are located on lots measuring approximately 40,000 square feet, on which the vegetation and trees have been preserved. As for the park, it offers a network of paths where you can walk or run in the forest, mountain bike, cross-country ski, or snowshoe. There’s even a beach that borders a lake where you can spend some quality time. Moreover, a road has been constructed that goes around the Domaine Charlevoix which overhangs the majestic St. Lawrence River and the island of Isle-with-Coudres.

Choosing the Village Sport Nature Domaine Charlevoix, is choosing the peace of mind of a turn-key project, carried out by a promoter who counts many years of experience and successful projects throughout his career. Moreover, it was their concern for quality that enticed Village Sport Nature Domaine Charlevoix to join forces with ProFab for the construction of factory built villas, which are offered to the nature lovers.


Jeanne Raymond, Florent Fortier, Roger Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert are the owners of the Domaine Charlevoix on which the Village Sport Nature is located. They have worked several years building this project, within the framework of a global vision, for this exceptional site that they took possession of over ten years ago.

They count a large variety of real estate projects to their credit, plus their names, in the industry, are synonymous of quality and integrity.  Based on their experience, they imagined the Village Sport Nature and the Domaine Charlevoix in order to offer a product that’s EXCLUSIVE, ACCESSIBLE, plus at an AFFORDABLE PRICE, for a clientele wishing to own a home base that’s close to Quebec City, without having to invest a fortune.


Florent Fortier, Jeanne Raymond, the spokeman Marcel Bouchard and Patrick Gilbert (missing on the photo : Roger Gilbert)