Canada / Quebec / Montreal / City of Montreal
My home is a cosy and spacious second-floor condo with two bedrooms and two balconies.
It's literally just a block away from the nearest subway station, and twenty minutes from downtown Montreal (no transfer needed).
It's a clean, well arranged and well maintained apartment with everything you need:
A spacious lounge/dining room area with a dining table for four, a large sofa bed (two adults can sleep on it), a 50" smart TV, and a Blu-ray player.
A well-equipped kitchen with an oven, a fridge-freezer, a microwave, a dishwasher, and plenty of cooking implements.
A small laundry room with a washing machine, a dryer, and an extra freezer.
A bathroom with a bathtub and a large shower, along with a extra electric heating system.
Two bright bedrooms, one with a queen size bed, and the other with a standard double bed.
Two well-furnished balconies with an outdoor couch, chairs and a barbecue.
There's also an air exchanger (heating and air conditioning system) and a WiFi system.
My front balcony overlooks a nice little park on the opposite side of the street, where children play, while the other balcony overlook the back alley (I particularly like to spend summer evenings there).
There's a convenience store on the other side of the street, but if you need to go to the drugstore or the grocery, you'll have to walk a bit (fifteen to twenty minutes) or take the subway.
Historically, the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district was a workers district, but it is now one of the new "en vogue" districts in Montreal where artists and students come to live. You'll find plenty to do in this district:
The Olympic Park (five minutes' walk away) with its planetarium, Biodome, Olympic stadium, Impact's football stadium, and movie theatre.
Montreal's Botanical Garden (fifteen to twenty minutes' walk away) is one of the greatest botanical garden in the world.
The Maisonneuve Market (fifteen to twenty minutes' walk away), where you can find plenty of fresh local product. It is located at the end of Morgan Street, where you can find some nice historic building (the Old Market, the Morgan Boulevard public bath and gymnasium, the Denise-Pelletier playhouse).
The "Promenade Ontario" (twenty to twenty-five minutes' walk away) with its loads of cafés, restaurants, bars and boutiques.
I'm a young and active woman seeking new experiences overseas.
I'm a multi-skilled artist (not affiliated with any specific type of art) who lives in Montreal, where I graduated from university in Living Art and Cinema at UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal).
I'm currently devoting most of my time to research on various subjects as a drama consultant for a theatre company, while also writing screenplays for eventual movie productions of my own.
I'm planning a three-month trip to the UK this spring, and if I can house swap, it would be perfect!
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|Sleeps||6 (2 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (25 km)|
When & Where
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|Languages||English / French|