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In Ville-Mont-Royal, in the province of Quebec.
At the foot of Mont-Royal.
8 km from Montreal Central train station.
Near to Montreal University.
|Main building surface area :||113 m²|
|Floor surface area of the outbuildings :||192 m²|
|Construction period :||21ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Ceiling height :||2.5 m|
|Number of main rooms :||6|
|Number of bedrooms :||5|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
|Parking spaces :||1|
The plans for Ville-Mont-Royal were designed by American architect, Frederick-Gage-Todd. Inspired by the Garden-City and the City Beautiful Movement urban planning concepts, he imagined an ideal district around a park, where two boulevards crossed diagonally. Often compared to Washington DC, this chic suburb of Montreal even now conforms to the innovative ideas of its creator, breaking away from the urban concentration of the Industrial Revolution. This house, in this peaceful, verdant setting, is very much like a rural cottage in surroundings with all facilities, schools, shops and public transport. The stone and brick facade, topped with cedar wood clapboard, reveals a bright, contemporary interior. The combination of these different materials provides a touch of authenticity in a resolutely comfortable and modern setting. The spacious, well laid out living areas are fitted with numerous storage areas and built-in cupboards. The lounge leads out on to the terrace and the garden, sheltered by a superb maple tree with its golden-brown hues, creating a cosy, warm atmosphere just like the symbol of Quebec.
1 595 000 $ CA
so 1 053 609 €Daily updated exchange rate
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