Large and comfortable cottage centrally located in a beautiful residential area.

Large and comfortable cottage centrally located in a beautiful residential area.




Feb 2006

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is located within seven minutes by train of downtown Montreal or 15 minutes by car or subway. We have three bedrooms, a library (PC and Internet), a den (TV, VCR), a large kitchen with a kitcheonnette, a dining room, a living room with a fireplace and a large finished basement. We have a central air-conditionning system and a nice patio and terrace leading to a garden.


More about us

  1. I (Daniel) am a general manager for a transit authority and my wife (Johanne) works for the government. We have two teenagers. Mathieu is 17 and Maud 15. We are a family who likes to travel and we pratice a lot of sports.

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Where is it?


We live in a very desirable area of Montreal called city of Mount-Royal. Mount-Royal was a model city planned around a train station offering matured trees and all facilities.
We offer a premier location very safe and ideal for couples with children. We are very closed to clay tennis court and swimming pool and lot's of recreational parks. We live closed to the University of Montreal and all the private schools.
Montreal is an ethnically diverse city of over two million people. The main language is French, but there is a large English community. Service in restaurants and shops is available in both languages.
Montreal offers so much: Old Montreal (1642) , Central shopping and business district, Chinatown, the Mont Royal (a mountain with a beautiful park), the 1976 Olympics facilities, the historic old port ( whitewater rafting and rollerblading), the trendy Gay village, the St-Joseph's shrine, the Plateau and St-Denis street, the Casino.

Montreal presents fabulous festivals and events: International Fireworks Competition, International Jazz Festival, Formula One Grand Prix, Film Festival, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, etc.

Montreal is closed to mountains and lakes in the Laurentians and the Eastern Townships less than an hour drive. You can also access to Quebec City (historic capital) and Ottawa (Canada's capital) in two hours. We are also closed to New York and Boston (6 hours) and Toronto (4 hours).
We have a 2003 Gran Caravan which could be included.

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