When it comes to owning property, the old adage “location, location, location” can’t be topped.
We’re taking a look at how $1 million homes vary across different boroughs in Montreal — maybe you want to dish out big-time money to be closer to downtown or you want $1 million to get you a larger spot further from the downtown core.
According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), the average Montreal home price (as of March 2021) is $434,000, meaning $1 million is well above average.
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With that said, let’s see how houses in the $1 million range vary across different boroughs in the city, according to Centris.ca.
Click through each home’s link to see more photos, details, and realtor contact information.
This 15-room single-family home in Brossard has two bathrooms, a powder room, a two-car driveway, garage, and is located near parks, grocery stores, and 10 minutes from the highway and the upcoming REM station.
It sits on 5,321 sq ft of land and was built in 2002.
This 6-room bungalow in Villeray is close to the Jean-Talon market, has an abundance of windows, 10-foot high ceilings, wood floors, a newly renovated kitchen, heated floors, and a big backyard.
This 7-room bungalow in New Rosemont has heated floors, a newly renovated bathroom, a spacious backyard, all in an open-concept space.
The listing calls this NDG spot the “ideal starter home.” It gets plenty of light, has two bedrooms, an elegant kitchen, a family room, and a big front terrace spread out across 5,040 sq ft lot.
The townhouse units in Lasalle have four bedrooms, an indoor garage, and faces the Angrignon metro and park, 14-total rooms and three bathrooms.
This home, built in 1969, is “perfect for entertaining and a growing family,” according to the listing, has three bedrooms, a mezzanine, 13 total rooms, and is close to the future REM train station.
This detached split-level home in Côte-Saint-Luc comes on a 4,970 sq ft lot, has 14 rooms, and was built in 1958.
This two-storey spot in Le Plateau was built in 1900, has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two parking spots and has 11 rooms in total, right in the heart of Mont-Royal.
The listing says this “bright family home has been lovingly maintained by its original owners since 1976.” It has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large yard, and is close to some of the borough’s best schools, parks, and public transit.
This movie-esque 19-room 5-bedroom spot was built in 2018 and sits on 14,094 sq ft in the gorgeous mountainous region of Mont-Saint-Hilaire.
This two-storey spot in Rosemont was built in 1927, has nine rooms, four of which are bedrooms, and sits on a 2,625 sq ft lot.
This beautiful 13-room house in Candiac was built in 2008 and has a heated inground pool.
A beautiful condo in Westmount is up for grabs for under $1 million and has three bedrooms, exposed brick in the kitchen and living room, two skylights, a roof terrace, and 1,236 sq ft of space.