Kirkland is a neighbourhood located at the west of the island and bordered roughly by Antoine, Brome, and Acre streets, and the streets located to the south of the Trans-Canada Highway. Kirkland is surrounded by Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire, Dollard-des-Ormeaux and Pierrefonds.

Although it has an important industrial park, Kirkland isn't lacking in residential areas, which are composed mainly of houses, but also a few condos. With almost 45% anglophone inhabitants, there is also a significant francophone presence in the area. Kirkland will interest persons who wish to settle in a peaceful and relatively affluent area on the island of Montreal.

Kirkland is divided by Highway 40, which makes it easy to access other parts of Montreal or leave the city.

Main Features:

  • Kirkland sports center
  • Winter Carnaval
  • about 30 parks for the families
  • City-long bicycle path
  • Lanthier House

Lanthier House

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