When you acquire a house, you buy much more than a building. You also subscribe to a neighborhood life. The types of people who live there, the institutions, the stores, the parks, the pools, and the restaurants all contribute to creating a unique atmosphere that is distinct from other neighborhoods.
Whenever citizens talk about St-Lambert, they mention its charm, calmness, safety, proximity to downtown Montreal, neighborhood life, and amenities. Founded in 1857, the village core of Saint-Lambert is the oldest Victorian suburb in Montreal. Inheriting Anglo-Saxon traditions, its street network is oriented towards the commercial backbone of Victoria Avenue rather than the parish church. Dotted with cute shops and restaurants, its inhabitants have nicknamed it “the Village”.
This city is essentially residential. Its streets are lined with mature trees. Its architecture offers a rich diversity of styles and typologies to accommodate mainly new families. These families are attracted by the proximity of recreational facilities and the quality of educational institutions.
Among the activities on its territory, the famous Country Club of Montreal has been imposing itself since 1920 with the splendor of its golf course, the quality of its facilities, and its social life.
Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, this municipality of 22,000 inhabitants is a haven of prestige facing Old Montreal. Access to downtown Montreal is quick by bike via the Victoria and Jacques-Cartier bridges or thanks to excellent public transportation options (bus, REM, Metro, commuter train).
Make St-Lambert’s “Village” your home and discover a splendid suburb just minutes from urban life.