Properties for sale | Pointe-Claire
The contemporary townhouses offer spacious and bright places to live. The units have 3 bedrooms, wood floors, quartz kitchen counter, double garage. Their complete brick facade gives them a refined style.
Time is central to Quartier Greenwich—hence the name, inspired by the first meridian where longitude is defined as 0° and where the world’s clocks base their time. Future Quartier Greenwich residents will live in the heart of a sustainable, residential project that will withstand the test of time, and where they will benefit from accessible amenities and recreation.
Greenwich homes offers bright and spacious living areas. The units have three bedrooms, with wood floors, a quartz countertop in the kitchen and a double interior garage.
The ideal location on Montreal's West Island
The Quartier Greenwich residential development is very easy to access. The project is close to…
- Major thoroughfares: 2 minutes from Hwy 40, 5 minutes from Hwy 20, 10 minutes from the Chomedey, and 15 minutes from the Décarie.
- A train station: 4 minutes from the Cedar, Valois and Pointe-Claire stations
- The airport: 11 minutes from Montreal’s Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport
- The Montreal public transit network: a few minutes from the 485, 202, 201, 200, and 72 lines
Design details: the Sotramont difference
Sotramont is a recognized leader when it comes to quality construction. They invest in ongoing research and development, perform site quality testing and as importantly, they thoroughly train all hands-on site workers. Sotramont’s homes have received and continue to receive numerous certifications attesting to their efforts in diverse fields of construction.
Renowned architects Yelle Maillé & Ass have designed these distinctive homes with clean-lines and clay brick front facades adorned with aluminum details, forming elegant exteriors.
The firm Patenaude Trempe Van Dalen Inc. was hired for the project as a building envelope consultant (windows, exterior siding, roofs and rooftop terraces). Their role was to advise the project professionals on how to integrate quality and sustainability principles into critical aspects of the building envelope. During the design and construction phases, they provided specialized consulting services, with the aim of avoiding or minimizing performance issues. Their mandate included supervising the quality of the envelope and roof during construction, and laboratory and on-site testing of windows.
- Wooden terrace with privacy fence
- Walk-in closets
- 9 ft tall ceilings
- Solid hardwood floors
- Open staircase in hardwood from main to 2nd floor
- Floor to ceiling kitchen cabinets
- Quartz counter tops
- Finished basement
- Rough-in central vacuum system
- Dual energy gas/electric heat pump
- Air conditioning
- Private underground double garage