5 min from Downtown and Old Montreal. 3 Queen size bedrooms and 2 bathrooms apartment facing fountain at George-Etienne Square park. Enjoy our beautiful large gourmet kitchen, comfortable living room. Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher,
The apartment has a view of the park and fountain. Across from Lachine Canel with bike and running path. It's on the third floor with stairs outside going up, and another inside staircase going to the apartment.
Which provides you with a beautiful view of the city.
The 1450 sq. foot apartment has a beautiful large kitchen with all the amenities, dishes, pots and pans. Everything you'll need if you wish to stay home for a cooked dinner.
Along with it's three bedrooms, has 2 spacious bathrooms with showers and one with tub. One of the bathrooms has washer and dryer.
The apartment has two porches. One near the kitchen and the other in the bedroom three.
Many trendy restaurants walking distance.
Check out this website to learn more information of the fountain you'll be facing when you wake up in the mornings. Sir George-Étienne Cartier Square From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Square Sir George-Étienne-Cartier
The fountain at Sir George-Étienne Cartier Square
Type Town square
Location Saint Henri, Le Sud-Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Operated by City of Montreal
Sir George-Étienne Cartier Square (French: Square Sir-George-Étienne-Cartier) is a town square in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located in the Saint-Henri neighbourhood of the borough of Le Sud-Ouest.
It is a small rectangular square with a fountain in the middle, woods in the northern part and a pool in the southern part. It is surrounded by rowhouses.
Named after politician George-Étienne Cartier, it was built in 1912 on the site of the old west-end slaughterhouse. When Saint-Henri was annexed of the city of Montreal in 1905, the construction of this square was an election promise made by Hormidas Laporte, the Mayor of Montreal at the time. According to the regulations adopted during the realization of the square, the houses around the square were to be built with stone façades and decorative brick.
Restored in 2003, the fountain that occupies the center of the square was installed for the opening of the square in 1912. The different components of the fountain were ordered by catalog from J. L. Mott Iron Works foundry of New York.
Guests have access to the entire apartment.
I am availalbe anytime with email or phone.
Restaurants around the apartment! Close to other suburb areas griffin town and Little Burgundy!
Atwater market sells fresh products, bakery, chocolate shops and other specialist stores.
Please note towels are for the guests, if towels are taking during your stay, there will be charge of $40.00 for each towel.
This is an apartment building with 4 individual separate entrances !
Making sure everything stays in very good condition as this is a very upscale apartment with expensive material. Also need to keep the nose down after 11:00 PM as we have other tenants we must respect!
My husband and I enjoy new visitors coming to visit our city - Montreal. We will provide you with guidance for activities along with trendy restaurants. If you need anything we will be glad to assist in any way possible.
Our 1450 square foot apartment was built with the highest quality standards to ensure that our guests would feel at home with all the amenities.
We want to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Looking forward to meeting you.
Maria and Walter