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Awesome studio, great location in NDG - CITQ301611

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2 guests1 bedroom0 beds1 bathroom

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My place is private, cosy, clean and convenient. It is a two-minute walk to Monkland Village which has great restaurants​, grocery store, health store, coffee shops, bakeries and more. We are a 2-minute​ walk from the Villa Maria Metro station with access to Montreal city within 10-15 minutes and have free, non-permit parking outside the apartment. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, and families (with babies).

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Montréal, Québec, Canada

Notre-dame-de-grâce, or NDG for short, is a predominantly English-speaking neighbourhood that sits a few kilometres west of Montreal’s downtown core. Its major artery, Sherbrooke Avenue, plays host to local mom & pop shops, diverse restaurants, and the pre-requisite dozen or so Starbucks Coffee Houses.

Historically speaking, NDG was initially inhabited by the Saint Lawrence Iroquois but rapidly became one of the first locations for European settlement -- as was the entire island of Montreal. NDG Village, as it was once dubbed, was mostly broken up into farmland where cabbage, apples and their world-famous NDG melons were grown. In fact, NDG melons were so tasty, they were actually sent to Buckingham Palace and served to King Edward VII. But with an ever expanding city center and a skyrocketing urban population, farmland soon made way for much-needed housing development.

Today, NDG mixes the family-friendly atmosphere and urban planning of a suburb with the diversity, cultural production and busyness of the downtown core. The neighbourhood’s labeling is often a point of contention. Suburb or not, NDG is one-of-a-kind.

NDG is well known for many large parks including NDG Park (known as Girouard Park), Loyola Park, and Trenholme Park. The area has three indoor hockey arenas: the public Doug Harvey Arena (formerly Confederation Arena) and the private Lower Canada College High School and Concordia University (Ed Meagher Arena) rinks.

Some good restaurants include: http://www.mtlblog.com/2014/05/best-montreal-ndg-restaurants/5/
Notre-dame-de-grâce, or NDG for short, is a predominantly English-speaking neighbourhood that sits a few kilometres west of Montreal’s downtown core. Its major artery, Sherbrooke Avenue, plays host to local mom…

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Joined in October 2014
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