Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (or Our Lady of Grace in English), is a residential neighbourhood of Montreal located in the west end of the city. Notre-Dame-de-Grace boasts a rich history, first settled by Europeans in 1650, but it wasn’t until 1910 that Notre-Dame-de-Grâce was annexed to the city of Montreal. Today, the neighbourhood is known for its historic, character-laden neighbourhoods with many homes that are over 70 years old.
Also characteristic of the family-friendly area are tree-lined streets, brick houses, duplexes and numerous apartment buildings.
Cosmopolitan Montreal is a cultural kaleidoscope that combines French-Canadian joie de vivre, European charm, North American innovation, and the influence of over 80 ethnic communities into one of the most fascinating urban cultures in the world. Deemed "Canada's Cultural Capital" by Monocle Magazine (2007) and named a UNESCO City of Design, Montreal’s energy comes alive in its unique neighbourhoods and in a real estate market that has captured attention and investment locally, nationally and internationally.