Saint-Sauveur real estate guide & listings for sale

The character of Saint-Sauveur is exemplified by its calm atmosphere. It is very easy to reach green spaces from many locations within the neighbourhood since there are around 10 of them close by for residents to visit. This part of Québec is reasonably quiet overall, as the streets are generally quite calm - however noise can be problematic near Autoroute Charest or one of the railway lines.


Regardless of the mode of transportation, it is reasonably simple to travel in Saint-Sauveur. The public transit system in Saint-Sauveur is convenient. In particular, the neighbourhood is linked by approximately 10 bus lines, and most homes are very close to a bus stop. Active people will also value the quite walk-friendly nature of this area; running common errands is easy. Bicycling is convenient in this part of the city as the cycling network is fairly good.


Around 70% of dwellings are small apartment buildings, making it easy to find apartments in Saint-Sauveur, while the rest are mainly duplexes. A majority of the housing growth in this neighbourhood occurred prior to the 1960s. This area offers mainly two bedroom and one bedroom homes. Renters occupy around three quarters of the dwellings in the neighbourhood whereas the rest are occupied by owners.


In Saint-Sauveur, families will generally be able to get to daycares and schools on foot. With respect to food, both general and specialty grocery stores are usually accessible within a short walk from any location in this part of the city. There are approximately 20 groceries in this area, and the best choice can be found on streets such as Rue Saint-Joseph. Furthermore, a restaurant is typically just around the corner, for instance along Boulevard Charest, and a small selection of coffee shops can be found as well. Property owners have access to a good number of nearby clothing stores, for example along Rue Saint-Vallier.

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