La Maison Carré St-Louis is a beautiful Victorian home located on the Plateau Mont-Royal facing a park. It has 8 rooms on floors 4 to 5 minute walk from Sherbrooke metro and 10 minutes walk from the Latin Quarter.
La Maison Carré St-Louis is a beautiful Victorian residence of 8 rooms situated on 4 floors with 1 kitchen, 1 dining room, 1 living room, 6 bathrooms, and 4 are exclusive to 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms Bathrooms are distributed to the other 4 bedrooms. In the basement is the laundry room. This residence is located opposite the park Carré St-Louis with its Victorian fountain, gazebo that serves as a snack bar and numerous benches made of place.
La Maison Carré St-Louis is located in a neighborhood built at the time by the French Canadian bourgeoisie who could afford big houses overlooking the square. Today the Square St-Louis is popular with the entire artistic community of Montreal.
Each room includes:
• Double bed, queen, single (bedding), desk, chair, work lamp and storage.
It also comprises:
• A kitchen: appliances: refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, utensils, dishes, pots, linens.
• 6 bathrooms all feature 2 with bath and shower and 4 with shower.
• Washer dryer.
A dining room with table and chairs
A large living room with TV.
Heating included, electricity included, hot water included, television (cable), Internet access (unlimited, high speed included).
The house is perfect for a family or group who want to discover Montreal on foot.
The surrounding streets of St. Louis square kept their architectural charms of the Victorian era. Many tourists come to visit these places with colorful houses on the street from Square St. Louis, Laval Avenue with its many houses of Victorian architecture have gears on the square.
At the time, the elite of the French-Canadian bourgeoisie resided company is one of the great Victorian squares of Montreal. We observe houses and workers' housing in the first period of development, town houses and major institutional buildings. The history of St. Louis square is enriched by many Quebec artists often writers, who have lived on the edge of Square Saint-Louis Michel Tremblay, Émile Nelligan, Pauline Julien and Gérald Godin, Gaston Miron, Gilles Carle, and Francis Mankiewicz. Note that the filmmaker Claude Jutra also lived in a house become now the headquarters of the Union of Quebec writers. In 2005, a bust in memory of the poet Émile Nelligan was inaugurated. The Saint-Louis Square is a heritage and architectural richness of the largest in Montreal.
La Maison Carré St-Louis is located in the Plateau Mont-Royal, a 5-minute walk from Sherbrooke metro and 10 minutes walk from the Latin Quarter. 10 minutes from the bus station which also brings travelers from the airport. This residence is situated within walking distance of the main tourist attractions of the city center.
cleaning fee for this home of 4 floor is $ 200 and the minimum stay is 5 days except on weekends it may be 3 days but the price is 1000 dollars a night and the price of household for three days of $ 250.