1 bathroom

Landlord’s comments

This living room / bedroom apartment is in a 16 storey building right in downtown Montreal. Built in the late 1960s, it is well maintained and located in a busy areas of the city on Lorne between Prince-Arthur and Milton Streets. It's one block east of Parc Avenue and close to a wide array of shops, hospitals, grocery stores, cinemas and restaurants. Its location allows McGill students to attend their classes in just a few minutes. The McGill metro station is also within walking distance. Hot water, heat and electricity are all included in the $1,000.00 monthly rent. The laundry facilities are in the building for tenants. There's underground parking available is needed. Superintendent on site for services. Note that the rental office is located at 3440 Durocher street. Available starting July.

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Property features

Asking Price
$1,000
Price Term
Monthly
Available from
July 1st 2020

Additional Features:

  • Heated
  • Lighting
  • Hot Water
  • Elevator

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$1,000 / monthly
Availability:
 
July 1st 2020

Bachelor & Studio for rent

No. 868393

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