in Montreal’s Ahuntsic district
In the Ahuntsic district, in the province of Quebec.
7 km from Montreal’s Central train station.
Near to Sauvé underground station.
Near to shops, parks and schools.
|Main building surface area :||97 m²|
|Floor surface area of the outbuildings :||165 m²|
|Construction period :||21ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Ceiling height :||2.5 m|
|Number of main rooms :||5|
|Number of bedrooms :||3|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
Black River was one of the very first villages of settlers on the Island of Montreal in the 19th century. It took the name Ahuntsic in 1897, in honour of a young Huron Indian, travelling companion of French missionary Nicolas-Viel, responsible for converting the tribe to Christianity. The beauty of the scenery from the banks of the Prairie River has long attracted Montreal’s wealthy families. Here, elegant villas, just like this renovated house, have been constructed facing Jesus Island, on either side of the famous Boulevard Gouin, near to Sauvé underground station. Behind its very characteristic brick facade, this modern house, spanning 100 m² of living space, has been well renovated in a contemporary design. The interior layout makes the most of the spacious rooms and their functionality by integrating large storage areas in the living rooms and bedrooms. The work carried out on the openings and the luminosity throughout the house are a great success and enhance a wonderful, golden-hued parquet flooring. This extremely cosy house is the ideal place from which to watch the large, winter snowflakes falling in the garden.
599 000 $ CA
so 395 681 €Daily updated exchange rate
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