Cours le Royer Historic Old Montreal loft in one of the best locations in the old city, steps from downtown, public transportation, the Old-Port, as well as restaurants and boutiques.
Historic Old Montreal loft in one of the best locations in the old city, steps from downtown, public transportation, the Old-Port, as well as neighourhood restaurants and boutiques.
This heritage building "Cours le Royer" is the original site of the Hôtel-Dieu building until 1871. Built in 1871-1872, the building initially housed warehouses but was later converted into lofts by architect Eric Joseph Tremblay at the end of the 1980s. These beautiful lofts were designed with the use of natural light. Brick walls, hardwood floors, exposed beams are some of the distinct elements in this open loft space, renovated kitchen. A must visit!
-Declarations: - According to the law of Montreal, since October 2018 wood-burning fireplaces are no longer allowed unless they are according to the norms and environmental regulations. The building is presently evaluating this mandate and if interested, the future buyers will be able to choose to gas, wood, electric or decorative fireplace options.
Stoves, fireplaces, combustion appliances & chimneys are sold without warranty as to their compliance with applicable regulations and the requirements imposed by insurance companies.
- There is a special assessment of $187.32 per month until November 1st, 2021.
Rental appliances: Water heater x 1, $15, Water supply: Municipality, Heating energy: Electricity, Easy access: Elevator, Equipment available: Central air conditioning, Available services: Fire detector, Equipment available: Entry phone, Hearth stove: Wood fireplace, Proximity: Highway, Proximity: Daycare centre, Proximity: Hospital, Proximity: Park - green area, Proximity: Bicycle path, Proximity: Public transport, Sewage system: Municipal sewer, Zoning: Residential
Sotheby’s International Realty Québec
1430 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, Quebec, H3G 1K4