The Anjou building in which this chic little condo is located may date from 1987, but the apartment seems newly built.
The reason is simple: it was completely renovated last summer, focusing on tones of gray combined with bright white, giving it a more modern touch – and attractive for those looking for accommodation in this style. Despite the rather limited space (55 m2), we notice a beautiful enhancement of all the rooms, playing in particular on the textures (rendered ceiling, walls modeled in geometric shapes, among others). In the kitchen, bright marbled accents give the place character.
The concrete construction promises very good soundproofing, a feature in high demand on the market. In addition, the building is located along a dead end street. As for the location of the condo, it is certainly not in downtown Montreal, but offers quick access to several solutions for traveling, and can boast an attractive quality-price ratio; especially since a reserved garage space and several elements of the condo are included in the sale. Note that Lucie-Bruneau Park is just a stone’s throw away, ideal for those who are on the move (soccer, beach volleyball, baseball, tennis, basketball, lark fields).