Pointe Saint-Charles real estate guide & listings for sale
Pointe Saint-Charles is a great neighbourhood for home buyers who enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. Finding energetic places is easy in this area. Despite the fact that there is a narrow selection of entertainment venues, there are usually many people around, and with its a few nightlife venues, there are options for nighttime activities. This part of Montréal also features a fair amount of greenery; there are about 20 parks close by for residents to visit, which results in them being very easy to reach from a lot of locations in Pointe Saint-Charles. Residents will also find that the tree canopy coverage for most streets is fairly good.
Pointe Saint-Charles presents house buyers with the choice between a variety of modes of transportation. Active people will value the reasonably pedestrian-friendly character of this part of Montréal; many daily needs can be met on foot, and there are also a fair number of businesses in proximity. The bicycle is a reasonably good means of transportation in Pointe Saint-Charles as cyclists do not face serious slopes. The public transit network in this part of the city is very good as a result of Charlevoix Station on the Green Line, and a few nearby bus lines. Cars are also a reasonably good medium of transportation in this neighbourhood. Parking is easy, and it is a very short car ride to the nearest highway, such as Autoroute Bonaventure, from anywhere in this area.
In Pointe Saint-Charles, the majority of dwellings are small apartment buildings, while the remainder are mainly large apartment buildings, duplexes, and townhouses. This part of the city is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes. About 70% of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home while the rest are owners. The buildings in this part of Montréal are quite old, because about half of its buildings were built pre-1960, while many of the remaining buildings were built in the 1960s and the 2000s.
In Pointe Saint-Charles, parents and their schoolchildren will commonly be able to reach schools and daycares by walking. With respect to food, it is usually possible for house buyers in this part of Montréal to shop for general and specialty groceries by walking. Furthermore, there are approximately 30 restaurants and a few cafes to benefit from in this neighbourhood. It is also a short walk to a very good choice of clothing stores.
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