1 bedroom
1 bathroom
1 level
Living space area (basement exclu.) 547 ft² (50.82 m²)

Owners’ comments

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Superb modern loft style condo, very bright : two large windows in the living room and a French door, with a small window in the kitchen. Wall mountedair conditioning . Very large balcony

Large bathroom with a place for stacked washer and dryer

Parking available in large numbers on adjacent streets.

Includes : Washer dryer, fridge, oven, air conditioning, light fixture, large wardrobe with two drawers, island with storage for 6 seated people.

Located in the district of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Construction in 2011.

Le Faubourg-Contrecoeur is a developing neighbourhood, inhabited by families and young dynamic owners. Close to all services and public transport. 5 minutes from the tunnel bridge and Highway 40, so quick drive to downtown, North Shore and South Shore.

Ideal for first purchase or pied-à-terre in Montreal : mortgage payment lower than rent, condo fees and minimal municipal taxes.

Quick occupancy available.

Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Property Style
Located on which floor? (if condo)
Asking Price
Year of construction


  • Island

Equipment/Services Included:

  • Ceiling fixtures
  • Central air
  • Furnished


  • Bath and shower

Parking / Driveway:

  • Outside


  • Near park
  • Residential area
  • Public transportation

Near Commerce:

  • Supermarket
  • Drugstore
  • Financial institution

Near Health Services:

  • Medical center

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 4' 8" x 18' (1,42 m x 5,49 m)
Flooring: Other
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 8' 3" x 8' 8" (2,51 m x 2,64 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Dining Room / Kitchen
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 8' 6" x 12' 3" (2,59 m x 3,73 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Open concept
Storey: Main floor
Dimensions: 15' 5" x 15' 6" (4,7 m x 4,72 m)
Flooring: Hardwood

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Property taxes
School taxes
Condo fees

Property transfer duties

In Quebec, the property transfer duties is a tax that all municipalities must collect from the new owner (buyer) of a property.


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Condominium for sale

4963 rue Duchesneau

Anjou Montréal / l'Île

No. 741722

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