1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Landlord’s comments

Dream location 1 bedroom for $1030.00 a month in Notre-Dame-de-Grace

This modern and safe complex was built in the mid '70s. Containing apartments for rent in West Montreal, it is carefully maintained, in tip-top shape, and located in the beautiful neighbourhood of NDG, just South of Sherbrooke Street West. It is ideally located for quick access to many expressways like the 13, 15, 20 and 720. Public transit users will appreciate the fact the Vendôme metro station is only 8 minutes away by bus. In terms of services, two grocery stores, a myriad of shops, a drugstore, an SAQ Selection liquor store and two shopping malls - Cavendish Mall and Carrefour Angrignon - are all located nearby. Finally, the building is a quick 15 minute walk or 9 minute bus ride from the Loyola campus of Concordia University, the new McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is also nearby and a convenience store is open on the premises.

  • Hot water, heat and electricity included in the rent,
  • Steps to many restaurants, coffee shops, bars, shops, grocery stores, parks, schools, pharmacies,
  • Just minutes away from the MUHC,
  • Elevator,
  • Laundry room,
  • Indoor pool, spa and sauna,
  • Convenience store,
  • Underground parking,
  • Night watchman,
  • Exercise room,
  • Surveillance camera,
  • Superintendant on site,
  • Rooftop deck.
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Property features

Asking Price
$1,030
Price Term
Monthly
Available from
Now

Additional Features:

  • Heated
  • Lighting
  • Hot Water
  • Pool
  • Elevator

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$1,030 / monthly
Availability:
 
Now

3 1/2 (1 bedroom) for rent

No. 870264

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