In Montreal, in the province of Quebec.
21 km from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau international airport.
1.5 km from Montreal’s Central train station.
|Surface :||71 m²|
|Floor surface area of the terrace :||6 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||3|
|Number of main rooms :||3|
|Number of bedrooms :||1|
|Number of bathrooms :||1|
Griffintown is one of Montreal’s oldest districts. It is also one of the youngest. Formerly disinherited, this neglected industrial and port sector is currently attracting artists and production houses, musicians, high-tech companies, schools and contemporary art centres. This flat, on the first floor of a small red brick building, exudes a resolutely contemporary style. Its interior areas, free of partition walls, are easy to move around and are extremely luminous courtesy of its double aspect. A quiet bedroom is laid out under the rafters at the top of a little stairway. Outdoor activities are numerous, and ever changing, from going jogging to taking a bike ride alongside Lachine canal, just two streets away; trying out the new restaurants and shops that open every month in this hyperactive district; visiting the district of Old Montreal, just a few minutes’ walk away; or, quite simply, strolling around “Griff” on the trail of better known locals such as jazz pianist Oscar-Peterson.
349 000 $ CA
so 230 538 €Daily updated exchange rate
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