An Obvious Choice
Bordering the Rivière des Prairies, the Ahuntsic–Cartierville borough was one of the first regions settled by Europeans on Montreal Island, no doubt because of its key location.
Known for their eclecticism, its streets showcase all of the Montreal’s typical architecture, from historic homes to 1960s bungalows, plexes, and apartment buildings. All tastes are covered in Ahuntsic–Cartierville.
The Sweet Life
The Île de la Visitation nature park provides residents with 34 hectares of green space.
During the summer, it’s a great place for bike rides and leisurely strolls. The pedestrian path borders the river, offering splendid views of the waterfront, and also provides access to several historic monuments, like the mills, the Maison du Pressoir, and the Maison du Meunier which may be visited.
What About Winter?
During winter, you can cross-country ski. Families especially enjoy the small hill for tobogganing.
A Place to Learn
Several public and private educational institutions are located in Ahuntsic–Cartierville. Among them are École Fernand-Séguin, Collège Mont-Saint-Louis, Collège Regina-Assumpta, Collège Sainte-Marcelline, Collège Bois-de-Boulogne and Collège Ahuntsic.
A Place to Be Entertained
Located on Fleury Street East, between St-Hubert and Papineau, the Fleury Promenade includes 245 businesses and services. Everything from boutiques to restaurants, cafés, bars, fine foods, supermarkets, and all types of services can be found. The Promenade’s diversity is as big a draw for locals as it is for Montrealers from other neighbourhoods. The western sector of Fleury is also gaining ground with the emergence of trendy boutiques and restaurants.
A Neighbourhood for You
In Ahuntsic–Cartierville, there’s a home for everyone, whether it’s brand new condos, townhouses on a quiet street or charming single-family homes in established neighbourhoods. With numerous residential projects underway, Ahuntsic–Cartierville has everything it needs to attract first-time buyers.
Check out Ahuntsic-Cartierville’s latest residential projects on the interactive Discovery Map at the Habiter Montréal website.
Last year, half of the Ahuntsic-Cartierville condos on the market sold for less than $240,000. Affordability is exactly why many buyers invest in this area. To convince you, read this article on the St-Sulpice neighbourhood.