Beautiful 1 bedroom apartment in a typical triplex (1926) on the Plateau, one of Montreal's coolest neighbourhoods. Newly and tastefully renovated: close to the gourmet end of Mont-Royal street. Large sunny bathroom. Stainglass windows. Private entry.
This is a very nice, three room apartment. Newly renovated, with hardwood floors, stained glass windows, fully equiped kitchen, queen size bed. Large bathroom, Great location, near all services (gourmet shops, supermarket, public transportation) reachable by foot.
Independent access, safe environment, a few steps down from street level.
Free high-speed internet access. Television with basic channels.
Fresh towels and sheets provided, access to laundry upon request. Fairly easy free street parking.
Interaction with guests
I live on the ground floor, upstairs from the apartment. I do work and travel a lot but whenever possible I will be there to greet you and show you the apartment and give you directions about things to do in the neighborhood. I will be available at home for further information if necessary. Otherwise, you will get instructions on how to do the self-check in, and the place will be yours to enjoy in your own privacy. I am always joinable pretty rapidly by email.
Other things to note
How to park on the Plateau.
Please read this guide carefully if you are going to park on Montreal city streets.
I do share a driveway with my neighbour, where you can park briefly to load and onload you car. But please do not park there for extended periods.
Street parking is divided into sections. Some sections are available to all (with restrictions for occasional street cleaning: for example Mardi 16h-18h means free parking except on Tuesdays (mardi, between 4 and 6 pm, between April 1st and December 1st). People usually manage to park in those sections without much problems (especially on Marie-Anne street around the corner).
There are sections reserved for permit owners. Some signs have a red square with a number (secteur 90) and a pointing arrow. These areas, stretching about 300 m., start and end where the arrows sign points in (at both ends). These areas are reserved for residents with permits. They are free to be used by all between the hours not affected by the restrictions (11 pm and 9 am in the photo below, but each sector has its specific times). If you cannot find parking outside these zones, you can park in the permit zone and walk to the corner store nearby (corner des Érables and Marie-Anne) and buy a day pass for 6$. These passes are good for 24 hour but only for the date marked (you scratch the day/month and year and stick it inside the car’s side window facing the road). You need two passes for 2 days.
Elsewhere in the city, especially downtown and on commercial streets, you will find parkmeters. You need the type in the number of your parking spot (1 or 2 letters followed by 3 digits). You pay the desired time by credit card or cash, and you will receive printed receipt with the spot number. You can then add time on your smart phone using this number without having to return to the car.
We expect guests to respect our home environment, especially regarding noise. I have two teenagers, and they do need their sleep. I also expect people to treat the place as they wished others treated their own. Smoking is not to be tolerated inside the house, and smokers who smoke outside should pick up their cigarette butts. We do not allow outside guests into the unit. Please refrain from having local friends over, hosting gatherings or dinner parties in the unit but make full use of the wonderful range of possibilities that Montreal has to offer to meet with your friends and family.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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I was trained as an architect, and now teach design at the university. I live in Montreal, travel a lot for work and leisure. I am a mother of 2.