In Montreal, in the province of Quebec.
22 km from Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau international airport.
2 km from Montreal Central train station.
A 5-minute walk from the area known as Quartier-des-Spectacles.
|Surface :||74 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||5|
|Ceiling height :||3.6 m|
|Number of main rooms :||4|
|Number of bedrooms :||1|
|Number of bathrooms :||1|
|Parking spaces :||1|
Known locally as “Le Mont Saint-Louis”, this dressed stone, Second Empire building, with its five floors, is part of the history of the “Belle province” of Quebec. Formerly a private college designed by Jean-Zéphirin-Resther, it was constructed in 1887 and is now listed as a historic monument. It is set slightly back from the road on Rue-Sherbrooke, one of the Montreal’s most elegant streets, famous for its museums, its shops, its hustle and bustle as well as its beautiful residences. The town centre, the Mont-Royal district, the campuses of Mac-Gill and UQAM universities as well as the area known as Quartier-des-spectacles are all just a stone’s throw away. Those seeking peace and quiet in the city centre will find it here in the building’s vast private garden, with its wooded lawns and its winding pathways, bordered by hydrangeas. The inside of the flat is equally as impressive with its high ceilings, its robust, reassuring windows that let in copious amounts of light and its bedroom, laid out on a mezzanine, ideal for a good night’s sleep.
395 000 $ CA
so 260 925 €Daily updated exchange rate
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