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In Montreal, in the residential Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district.
15 km from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau international airport.
12 km from Montreal Central train station.
French-speaking people say “Notre Dame de Grâce”, but to English-speaking people it is known as “NDG”. In Montreal where different communities live without a great deal of intermingling, NDG is the exception to the rule and currently comprises as many English as French-speaking people. Here, families are well-off and have been settled for several generations, perhaps since the time when the melons that grew there were famous from New-York to Boston. The old, luxurious residences feature the typical “2-storey” style of Montreal, brick houses spanning two levels on a quiet street, lined with elm and oak trees.
This flat is on the second floor of one of such red houses, with a white wood porch and elegant, black ironwork columns, distinctly exuding an Art Nouveau style. Vast and functional, the rooms stand out courtesy of their appreciably high ceilings, their warm wooden flooring and their superb luminosity. The surrounding district abounds in contrasts with its maze of quiet streets and its busy thoroughfares where the local population comes to take a stroll and go shopping.
425 000 $ CA
so 280 742 €