at the foot of Mont-Royal
In Montreal, in the province of Quebec.
At the foot of Mont Royal.
Facing Hôtel-Dieu and the hospital.
Near to the shops.
Near to the University of Sciences.
|Surface :||91 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||5|
|Number of main rooms :||1|
|Number of bedrooms :||1|
|Number of bathrooms :||1|
The building, standing in Montreal’s historic centre of, bears the name of Thomas-D'Arcy-McGee, who was one of Canada’s 36 founding fathers. This former school and its outstanding neo-classical facade have been fully renovated into a stylish block of flats, ideally located on the north-east side of Mont-Royal. This bright, spacious flat has been tastefully converted in an elegant, contemporary style. The warmth of the parquet flooring harmoniously contrasts with the bare concrete beams that help to create an open-plan layout and introduce a more industrial touch. It is both urban and refined, just like the town with the highest number of French-speaking citizens on the North American continent.
495 000 $ CA
so 335 877 €Daily updated exchange rate
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