Fully furnished apartment with four bedrooms (1 bedroom with queen bed size, 3 bedrooms with a single size bed and 1 room currently used as a sport room with a treadmill), kitchen, bathroom (modern shower from ceiling and walls), 1 additional WC, living room, and a large terrasse. Within 5 minutes walk, you will access stores, supermarkets, banks, restaurants, parks, SAQ, hair dresser, Couche Tard, Jean Coutu, etc.).
Washer, dryer, dishwasher, treadmill, internet, cable, phone line in Montreal and heat are included.
The apartment is located in a quiet area while everything is accessible in a very short time since it is located:
3 or 4 minute walk to the subway (green line), and
Near highways 720 and 15.
It is relatively easy to park in the street for free. However, be aware of the traffic signs given that parking is prohibited at certain times of the week, depending on the side of the street !! There is also a private outdoor parking space available in the driveway (upon request and extra cost).
The apartment can also be rented with an additional independent fully furnished accomodation consisting of 2 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bathroom and large backyard. Heat, washer, dryer and internet are included (see listing 188,979).
If adventure and discovery are what you seek, then thereâ??s no better place than a Montréal museum! Take, for example, the Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History, where history buffs can revel in being right where it all began. Rising above the very foundation of the first settlement, the museum showcases the vestiges of a cityâ??s beginnings along a route that winds both horizontally and vertically; artefacts of centuries past that delineate Where Montréal Was Born are showcased in the underground archaeological crypt underneath Place Royale, ripe for curious visitors to stroll, discover, and delve into history. Whatâ??s more, there are many possible options for visitors looking to enrich their experience: Guidatour guided walking tours are ideal to visit Old Montréal â?? the Ghost Walk is sure to keep you on your toes â?? and the And Then there Was Light! multimedia extravaganza at the Notre-Dame Basilica is an illuminating tale of our heritage.
A trip to Montréal is also a great opportunity to discover Québec and Canadian art, not to forget the impressive Inuit art collection at the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts. It doesnâ??t end there, however. After all, Montréal has a world-class reputation for being avant-garde, dynamic and creative! The Musée dâ??art contemporain de Montréal, right in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles, is the place to experience Montréalâ??s thriving contemporary art scene and to enjoy a unique Friday night out, thanks to their innovative Friday Nocturnes du MAC, a splendid mix of music, cocktails, and modern art. The cityâ??s art galleries complete this artistic exploit and present a wide range of works ranging from ancient to modern, figurative to abstract to mixed media.
To discover Montréal through its museums is to experience what makes it so beautiful and welcoming: its culture.
This four bedroom appartment can accommodate up to 5 people comfortably as there are 1 queen-size bed, and 3 single-size bed.
The area is mostly residential, offering calm and rest while being nearby many services and downtown Montreal which is at about 15-20 minutes by subway!!
WITHIN 5 MINUTES WALK:
Many stores on the Monk Boulevard (grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, liquor store, several restaurants, bars, etc ...)
Tennis (registration required)
Bixi (bike) station at the corner of Jolicoeur Street and Hamilton street or at the Jolicoeur subway (cost involved).
WITHIN 10 MINUTES:
Angrignon Park where it is pleasant to take a walk (less than 10 minutes walking distance)
Angrignon shopping center on Boulevard Newman where you will find many shops both in the mall and nearby (about 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by subway or bus, 20 minute walk)
Lachine Canal where you will find a bike path and where it is pleasant walking, cycling or skating (less than 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by bike or 20 minutes walk)
Atwater Market where you can shop, have a coffee with a pastry, or just to relax on the lawn, rent bikes and kayaks (about 10 minutes by subway, about 45 minutes walking distance along the Lachine Canal) ,
Free outdoor pool during the summer at Ignace Bourget park (about 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by bike, 20 minutes walk),
the new McGill University Health Centre (about 5 minutes by car),
Champlain and Victoria bridges and easy access to highways 10, 15 and 720 to the downtown, the airport and the South Shore (about 10 minutes by car).
ACCESS TO THE HEART OF MONTREAL: In addition to the subway, you can take the bus to the Montreal center, Griffintown, the Old Port and Old Montreal, the Mount, the Latin Quarter or Le Plateau and enjoy festivals and activities, shopping, restaurants, etc ... (about 15-20 minutes by subway).+ More