South Shore (Montreal) Real Estate
With a predominantly French-speaking population, Québec is home to countless historical sites, museums, art galleries and gardens. Canada’s largest province and the second largest by population, Quebec real estate offers an abundance of possibilities for any lifestyle while making travel easy with neighbouring Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, and New Brunswick, as well as Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York in the United States.
For metropolitan lifestyles, Montreal is known for exquisite architecture, top-tier dining, world-renowned festivals, and active arts and culture scene, and has the most National Historic Sites of any city in Canada. The world-class city earns its reputation as a destination rich in history and culture.
For a quieter lifestyle, Quebec has plenty of options throughout the province. Among them, you can surround yourself with the Appalachian mountains and waterfront views in Lac-Brome or enjoy one of North America's top winter sports regions in Mont Tremblant.
From shopping, arts, culture and entertainment to historic landmarks, annual festivals, and year-round outdoor activities on land or in the water, Quebec offers plenty to do, regardless of your lifestyle. Quebec real estate is as diverse and flourishing as its growing communities and the activities they offer.