If you’re in the market for a small but luxurious place to rent in Montreal, you’re in luck.
The city has plenty of quaint apartments up for grabs — even if you don’t mind tiptoeing over the city’s apartment average.
According to PadMapper, the average one-bedroom home in Montreal costs $1,360 a month, so if any of these places suit your fancy, you’re technically living the high life.
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Courtesy of Centris.ca, here are some of Montreal’s most expensive one-bedroom spots.
Click through each apartment’s link for more details and photos.
This two-storey apartment is fully furnished and includes a non-closed-off bedroom. It has exposed brick walls, wood-beamed ceilings, a pool table, and it goes for over $5,000 a month.
This 1,192-sq-ft spot in The Plateau has five rooms, one bedroom, a patio and goes for a smooth $3,400 a month.
This 626-sq-ft spot is right in the middle of downtown Montreal, close to shopping malls, restaurants, bars, universities, theatres, and cafes.
This 1,500-sq-ft apartment offers gorgeous views of the St-Lawrence River, downtown Montreal, and is located on the 19th floor (penthouse) of the sough-after projet M9 in the heart of the Multimedia area of Old-Montreal.
This one-bed, one-bath condo features hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, 11-foot ceilings and an en-suite bathroom right in the middle of Old Montreal.
This historic building was built in the year 1900 and faces the charming art galleries on rue St-Paul. The unit has 10-foot-high ceilings, Juliette balconies, and loft-style open-concept living space.
This modern, open-concept luxurious spot has a 24-hour doorman, security system, top-of-the-line fitness centre, rooftop terrace and reception lounge with coffee bar.
This modern 1,109-sq-ft spot has two private terraces, a parking lot, and a basement storage locker.
This 635-sq-ft one-bedroom spot is chic, fully furnished, has exposed concrete walls and ceilings and is right in the middle of timeless Old Montreal.
At 975 sq ft, this apartment is pretty pricey but offers a chic and modern urban environment. The unit has 16-foot ceilings, a two-car garage, interior storage, and is within walking distance to pretty much everything.
This one-bedroom, two-bathroom spot was built in 2008, has 1,048 sq ft of space and is located between downtown Montreal and the Old Port.
At only 904 sq ft, this antique spot was built in 1912 and modernized in 2016.