Old brick house in a historic part of Montreal

Old brick house in a historic part of Montreal


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 baths

About our home

Our beautiful home in old Hampstead was completely renovated in 2010. We are a 10-min walk from Snowdon metro station, in an upscale part of Montreal, near Westmount. A short 5 -min drive to downtown Montreal, to the Plateau or Mile End areas, Outremont or Cote Saint-Luc. This is a quite residential area with gorgeous century red-brick houses and old trees. Walking distance from the "Jewish Campus" (theatre, library, museum, synagogues of all types etc.), bike paths all around, bustling city just around the corner. Our home is neat and stylish, but also kid-friendly. Our kitchen is Kosher so we ask you to provide your won pots and pans and use disposable plates and utensils. We have 3 bedrooms including Master bedroom with a crib, and 2 separate bedrooms - one with a single bed, the other with 2 single beds. Also, there's a fold-out sofa in the living room which sleeps two.


More about us

  1. We are a family of 5: 2 adults and 3 boys ages 14 to 1 month. My husband and I are both professionals.
  2. Our kids are in music so we have a nice tuned piano at home.
  3. We love books and travelling.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Kosher and Non-Kosher in walking distance
Cozy cafés
Starbucks, Second Cup
Bit of culture
Segal Centre
Walks in the park
McDonald Park

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