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Saint-Laurent, Montréal Real Estate Listings

288 Houses for Sale in Saint-Laurent, Montréal

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Saint-Laurent Market

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The borough of Saint-Laurent is part of the city of Montréal, Quebec.


This borough enables property owners to get around by different modes of transportation. The public transit network in Saint-Laurent is quite convenient. More specifically, house owners are served by Du Collège Station and Côte-Vertu Station on the Orange Line. Commuters can depend on the Bois-Franc Station and Montpellier Station on the Deux-Montagnes Line. The borough is connected by approximately 40 bus lines, and bus stops are not very far-removed from most homes. This borough is also suitable for those who travel by foot; many day-to-day errands can be run without having to resort to a car. The bicycle is a sometimes poor mode of transportation in Saint-Laurent since the cycling network is not very comprehensive. Nevertheless, it is an even ride to most locations, and a few enjoyable sectors for cycling exist.


A grocery store is ordinarily accessible within a reasonably short walk from anywhere in Saint-Laurent. Moreover, those who like to dine in restaurants will have a good number of opportunities, and there are also over 50 coffee shops in this part of Montréal. Home buyers have access to a fair number of clothing stores within walking distance. With respect to education, primary schools and daycares are easy to reach on foot from most houses for sale in Saint-Laurent. In contrast, high schools are not especially abundant and therefore may require a long walk to get to. Apart from public schools, there are private primary and high schools.


Saint-Laurent offers a great variety of green spaces to enjoy, despite its sometimes busy ambience. To be more specific, the majority of locations in the borough have fairly good access to green spaces, including Parc-Nature du Bois-de-Liesse, since there are over 100 of them close by for residents to check out. Despite the abundance of parks, the majority of streets have below average tree coverage. Lastly, this part of Montréal is relatively quiet, due to the presence of few pedestrians, although those who are around the airport (YUL), one of the railway lines, Autoroute Métropolitaine or Autoroute de la Côte-de-Liesse may experience higher levels of noise.


Roughly one third of dwellings are small apartment buildings, making it easy to find apartments in Saint-Laurent, but large apartment buildings, single detached homes, and townhouses are also present in the housing stock. This part of the city is primarily composed of three bedroom and two bedroom homes. The proportions of homeowners and renters are about even. This borough did not experience a single building boom; the construction of new dwellings in Saint-Laurent was spread throughout several decades in recent history.