Chambord Street welcomes you in this unique project: a property on 2 floors realized by the firm Architecture InForm. This building dating from 1924 has been completely renovated with high-end materials. Showcasing the work of artisans from Quebec and Canada was a key factor in this project.
From the moment you enter this unit, an inviting feeling of well-being is felt. Monochromatic design contributes to this feeling of comfort. Indeed, the choice of pale colors, light wood materials, as well as the linear gas fireplace breathe a minimalist and soothing atmosphere. From white oak flooring to Russian cherry wood kitchen cabinets, the materials of this property focus on beauty, as well as quality.
The particularity of this property ? A kitchen and a dining room on the mezzanine. This architectural choice has been strategically designed in order to easily access the two private terraces of the property. These terraces offer stunning views of Mount Royal !
But the central point of the unit is the floating steel staircase with clean lines that intelligently links the ground floor to the mezzanine. It lets in an abundance of natural light. This generous light penetrates the entire property thanks to the impressive windows.
A place to recharge your batteries and find your anchor while being at the heart of urban life: 6724 Chambord Street is where it is possible.
In a space signed Architecture InForm, the Chambord Project combines two floors designed with high-end materials. Cherry wood kitchen, porcelain bathroom, large walk-in closet, doors and custom glass panels: this property promotes quality and has been finely thought out. Its inviting interior design offers an oasis of serenity by the flooding of natural light through the unit.
A getaway in the heart of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie !
High quality materials.
White oak floors
Aluminium doors and windows
Steel staircase with clean lines
Cooking in Russian cherry
Main bathroom with porcelain tiles
Bespoke glass doors and panels
Heated floors in both bathrooms
Located in the centre of the island, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie is one of the favorite boroughs of Montrealers and the third most populous of the metropolis. Its residents especially appreciate the neighborhood for its balance between residences, shops and green spaces. There are more than a hundred green alleys, community gardens and citizen initiatives. The community is very committed to greening.
La Petite-Patrie is part of this district. This area boasts many primary and secondary schools, libraries, shops and parks.
La Petite-Patrie is full of green spaces like the well-known Père-Marquette park. Built on an old quarry, this park has all the amenities for any sporting activity and is well appreciated by all! Get together and spend pleasant moments together: this is the beauty of La Petite-Patrie.
Many services and shops within walking distance
Many bike paths and BIXI stations just minutes from the Project.
Combining Cambodian and Vietnamese fusion, La Belle Tonki is a restaurant offering vegan dishes served with a touch of originality. Having opened its doors in 2020, La Belle Tonki is the work of two childhood friends, the two named Michael, who acquired the restaurant of Michael’s mother. Since then, this dynamic restaurant has grown in popularity and is greatly appreciated by the residents of the area.
If you have the pleasure of spending an evening there, you will notice the diversity and originality of the dishes. From revisited poutines to delicious Pho soups: you’ll be spoilt for choice!
From ‘asian comfort food’ to its best and a real must-see in the neighborhood!
vinvinvin is a natural wine bar from organic and biodynamic agriculture. A wide selection of wines, as well as snacks are offered. In a friendly and trendy atmosphere where neighborhood life resonates, combine your beverage with oysters, poultry liver mousse or any other succulent menu.
Perfect for a 5 to 7 with friends or a romantic evening, vinvinvin will surely charm you with its wide range of natural wines, local beers and distinguished spirits!
A neighborhood ‘’must’’ to try!