Located opposite Montreal on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, the city of Saint-Lambert has just over 10,500 dwellings, but a far deeper architectural history that dates back to the end of the 18th century. Majestic ancestral homes throughout the territory reflect this legacy, and the lush forests surrounding the region further enhance its enchanting appeal.
The city of Saint-Lambert is divided into two main sections: the original city of Saint-Lambert and the Préville neighborhood. Saint-Lambert spans from the Country Club of Montreal golf course to the border of Le Vieux-Longueuil borough and encompasses the city's downtown, known as "The Village." Préville merged with Saint-Lambert in 1969, and extends to the borders of the city of Brossard and the Longueuil borough of Greenfield Park. Victoria Avenue serves as the heart of Saint-Lambert; known by locals as “The Village,” this community hub offers restaurants, cafes and department stores.
The heritage architecture of Saint-Lambert is what makes this area unique. As a city dating back to the 18th century, there are numerous historic and ancestral homes scattered throughout its limits, particularly along Riverside Drive. This legacy, combined with ample green space and urban forests, makes Saint-Lambert real estate desirable to those seeking a quiet residential community within easy reach of the cosmopolitan city of Montreal.