This gorgeous house built in 1913, nevertheless features modern standards of comfort and design, and is situated on a quiet and secure "cul-de-sac" street. It offers 3 + 1 bedrooms and 3 + 1 bathrooms, a spacious basement with high ceilings and one garage. It's a perfect family home, in close proximity of many schools.
Rich herringbone wood floors throughout the house, recessed lightning, abundant fenestration, glass railing and built-in speakers. The first floor is of open concept and shows, when entering, the living and dining room on a wide area. The kitchen includes an island with a marble counter with lunch space, a gas oven, hidden refrigerator (cabinet doors), a large pantry and an access to the side balcony. On the second floor, there are 3 bedrooms: the master suite is spacious, luminous and offers a walk-in closet and a bathroom with shower, double sink vanity and a freestanding bathtub. The two other bedrooms are of similar size with bay windows and share the full second bathroom. The basement is entirely finished and is quite impressive with its high ceiling. There's a vast family room, a 4th bedroom, a bathroom with shower and also a storage room. The exterior is a brick finish and a slate roof. The garden stretches all along the side of the house and a bit in the back.
Refrigerator, oven, dish-washer, oven hood, built-in speakers
Westmount is an affluent on-island suburb on the Island of Montreal. The City lies over 3.9km2 on the western slopes of Mount Royal. Westmount is home to schools, an arena, a pool, a public library and many parks, including Westmount Park, Murray Hill Park and Westmount Summit. Notable buildings include Place Alexis Nihon and the luxurious Westmount Square complex designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (a German-American architect).Westmount has a variety of shops and boutiques ranging from upscale brands to the affordable to please any shopper.
The prime destinations to shop are on Sherbrooke street, Victoria Avenue and Greene Avenue, where shoppers will not only find unique retail stores, but also quirky boutiques, a variety of coffee shops, restaurants and art galleries.
There are numerous schools in Westmount, both public and private. Public schools include Westmount High School, its sister elementary school Westmount Park School and Roslyn Elementary School, which is significant for introducing the first French Immersion Program on the Island of Montreal in 1968.Private schools include the Miss Edgar's and Miss Cramp's School, The Study and the French-language Villa Sainte-Marcelline for girls andSelwyn House School for boys.
The city is home to two CEGEPs: the public anglophone Dawson College and the private anglophone Marianopolis College.Westmount's community is close-knit, in addition to their municipal programs and activities, the city has a diversity of local organizations that contribute to the quality of life in the community.