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What $500,000 Gets You When Buying A Home In 6 Different Parts Of Montreal (PHOTOS)

Whether you're looking in the 'burbs or the heart of the city.
What $500,000 Gets You When Buying A Home In 6 Different Parts Of Montreal (PHOTOS)

Early 2021 was marked by a drop in properties for sale in the Montreal area, and "skyrocketing prices of single-family homes," according to a March report by the Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers

Whether you're looking for a condo, a duplex or a single-family home, we've rounded up properties in six different parts of the Montreal area so you can see what $500,000 would get you depending on where you choose to live.

Dollard-des-Ormeaux

Rozenblat Realty Group

Price: $439,000

Address: 150, rue Barnett #105

Description: This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo includes all appliances and a gas fireplace. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and a walk-in closet.

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Westmount

Équipe Redding-Rouleau

Price: $475,000

Address: 3161, rue St-Antoine O.

Description: This condo with two bedrooms and one bathroom is on the ground level of a triplex. The charming condo has many details left from the home's original construction in 1895. With a terrace, private garden, exposed brick and private parking, it's a great find.

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Le Sud-Ouest (Saint-Henri/Little Burgundy)

Marc Harroch | RE/MAX

Price: $499,000

Address: 3741, rue Saint-Ambroise #2

Description: This two-bedroom condo is rustic with tan wood finishings and was built in 2013. Appliances are included in the condo price.

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Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Ali & Chris | RE/MAX

Price: $499,000

Address: 31-31A, rue Lamarche

Description: This quaint duplex on the West-Island looks like a countryside chalet. It's located right near John Abbott College and the village of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, making for a great investment property if you rent out one of the floors.

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Ville-Marie

Christopher Al-Tork | KW CONNEXION

Price: $438,000

Address: 495, ave. Viger O. #2703

Description: This unit is located in the luxurious 35-storey Altoria building, which has direct access to the Square-Victoria-OACI metro station. It's also walking distance to the Old Port. Built in 2014, the condo sports floor-to-ceiling windows and a panoramic city view.

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Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension

Steve Traiforos | M Immobilier

Price: $485,000

Address: 8385-8387, 12e Avenue

Description: This kitschy duplex in Saint-Michel is perfect for an investor who wants to collect rent or renovate. The property has a fenced backyard to use as the owner sees fit.

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