With forested country to the far north, numerous lakes and natural attractions at its centre, and urban cities and farming villages in the southern plains, the Lanaudière is a place of contrasts. Its cities offer urban culture and convenience, while its forests, lakes, maple groves and farmland offer a scenic escape for adventure.
The region of Lanaudière is nestled between the St. Lawrence River and the Laurentian Mountains, between Mauricie and the Laurentides. Three distinct geographical groupings make up the region. The southern plains encompass many of its fast-growing, urban municipalities, including Repentigny, Terrebonne and Berthierville, as well as rich stretches of farmland that make it one of the leading agricultural regions of Quebec. To the far north lies the forested, pristine wilderness of the Laurentian plateau and mountains, known for its fishing and hiking. And between the plane and mountains are the quaint villages, sparkling lakes, cultivated valleys and vibrant green hills of Lanaudière’s central region.
Lanaudière is as renowned for its arts and cultural community as it is as for its natural beauty. It boasts a vibrant traditional music scene, hosts some of Canada’s most eminent classical music and theatre festivals, and has produced many popular musicians, including Canadian chanteuse Celine Dion.
The region’s diverse juxtaposition of culture and landscapes is also reflected in its architecture and real estate. Lanaudière’s architectural gems range from contemporary condos and luxury homes in new city developments, to private waterfront homes, estates and cottages in rural vacation areas, to one-of-a-kind heritage homes throughout the region. Whether you are looking to live in urban luxury or vacation in a rural retreat, our Lanaudière real estate experts can help you discover a welcoming home as unique as the region.