In Montreal, in the province of Quebec.
17 km from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau international airport.
5 km from Montreal Central train station.
Just a few minutes’ walk from all of Montreal University faculties.
|Surface :||170 m²|
|Floor surface area of the terrace :||114 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||2|
|Number of main rooms :||8|
|Number of bedrooms :||4|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
|Parking spaces :||2|
A red and white facade, bay windows giving this 2-storey house an air of a pocket castle and, above all, a porch, flanked by sculpted columns: no mistake, this is Outremont, which has been the fiefdom of Montreal’s French-speaking, middle-classes for two centuries. Everything here is luxurious without being heavy. Inside, on the second floor, bay windows let in copious amounts of daylight. The rooms are made harmonious by the contrast between their white walls and their warm oak wood panelling. Refined, elegant lines reflect the best of the Art Deco style. This flat blends the ideal of luxury with the perfection of the 1920’s. Thank you. Describing Outremont as a residential district does not mean to say that the town is sleepy. Famous for its Victorian residences with their colonnades, its art of living and its population of company managers, it is also rife with life, shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. Residents, on a lovely summer evening, are able to pop to one of the many delicatessens to buy some antipasti and a good bottle of wine, so that they might spend a delightful evening on the terrace.
1 049 000 $ CA
so 692 937 €Daily updated exchange rate
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