If you’re in the market for a new home in Montreal and you’ve set your budget to $300,000, we’ve put together a list of spots that are up for grabs.
According to the Canadain Real Estate Association (CREA), the average Montreal home price (as of January 2021) is 434,000.
With that said, with a budget of more than a quarter of a million bucks, there is a bunch of real estate spread out across the island that you could nab for less than the city’s average.
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Here are a handful of Montreal homes that are for sale, linked to their real estate page in case you feel like making the move.
This four-bedroom, one-bathroom home is located within one exit from Laval, is next to the 40, the AMT train, and has new plumbing and landscaping renovations.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom house sits on 334-square-metres of land and is within walking distance from the beach and multiple parks.
8 Rue Lauzon, Montréal (Pierrefonds-Roxboro) – $295,000
According to the realtor.ca listing, this home has been “renovated over the years” and offers a one-bedroom but could be expanded by changing up the floor space.
It has an open-concept cathedral ceiling and is 920-square-feet of living space.
This house has been owned by the same family since 1954. It has a large 9,400-square-foot lot, a detached garage, and a garden shed.
This two-bedroom property has a newly-renovated kitchen, plenty of cupboard space, a large living room, and a three-season solarium.
The realtor.ca listing has this home located in a “peaceful and family-oriented area” and has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a large yard, and a laundry room.