Charming, sunny, 3-bedroom apartment, located steps from the Orange line metro, and close to cafés, bakeries, restaurants and grocery stores, as well as within easy reach of Jarry Park, the Jean Talon market and Little Italy. 15-30 minutes by metro to to McGill, Concordia, UQAM and UdeM.
This apartment, which is on the second floor of a well maintained 1930s Art Deco duplex, was recently renovated yet retains its original character.
Enjoy breakfast and coffee in the light-filled kitchen, or use the breakfast bar on the balcony. Cook a meal in the fully equipped kitchen, which includes a dishwasher, stove, microwave, Nespresso machine and quality cookware. Host dinner for up to eight in the dining room.
Multiple work spaces in the apartment, along with unlimited high-speed internet, make it an ideal place for focused work and study.
Comfortably furnished living room with LCD TV and ROKU provide extensive entertainment options.
The master bedroom includes a king sized bed. The other two bedrooms have modular twin beds that can also be configured as connected kings, or stacked as daybed sofas.
Newly renovated bathroom has bath/shower and radiant floor heating.
Other amenities include a washer and dryer, air conditioning and self check-in using a keypad lock.
High chair, pack-and-play and children’s books and toys are also available, if desired.
Situated in Villeray, a family-friendly neighborhood whose pretty, tree-lined streets are studded with cafes, restaurants, independent grocers, public parks and locally owned stores.
Within easy reach of two of Montreal’s most celebrated attractions: Parc Jarry and the Jean Talon Market. Families with small children can also enjoy Parc Saint-Vincent-Ferier, a small, shaded playground down the street that features sprinklers and other “water games” throughout the summer.
Also nearby are the shopping areas of Marché Central and Rockland Center.
For public transport, the apartment is a block away from the Crémazie Orange line metro station, steps to the 31 bus along St. Denis, the 55 bus along St. Laurent, as well as the 100 bus along Crémazie.
A Bixi bike station is a block away, on rue de Liege and avenue de Gaspé, as are access to numerous bike paths and lanes.
If you are driving, there is quick access to the Metropolitan (highway 40) and major arteries, north and south, east and west
Food and Drink
The apartment is around the corner from a Vietnamese sandwich shop and gelateria (Nuri), two Italian cafes (Café In, La Saison Des Pluies), and a small gourmet grocer that specializes in craft beers but also stocks locally produced cheeses, charcuterie, breads, coffee, kombucha and other essentials (Veux-Tu Une Bière).
Within walking distance are several bakeries (Boulangerie Jarry, Le P’tit Atelier, Patisserie Lajeunesse), more cafes (Café Oui Mais Non, Le Petit Brûloir), produce stores (Fruiterie Lina, Fruiterie Forcier, Fraichement Bon!), an artisanal butcher shop (Pascal Le Boucher) and neighborhood stores offering food and beauty products from Turkey (Marché Istanbul), Haiti (Meli Melo Market), and sold in bulk / involving zero waste (Epicerie Loco) .
Either a short bike ride or longer walk from Asian grocery stores (Oriental Market Saint Denis), bubble tea shops (Chatime St-Denis), as well as Little Italy’s many pizzerias, supermarkets and cafes (Pizzeria Napoletana, Fruiterie Milano, Caffé Italia).
For last minute needs, the apartment is half a block from a dépanneur (bodega), around the corner from a Starbucks and a 5-10 min. walk from two chain stores (Jean Coutu pharmacy and Provigo supermarket).
A private parking spot is not provided with the apartment, but non-resident parking is readily available, either on the street at the ends of the block or on an adjacent block.