House - Saint-Constant

Au Tournant de la Gare

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2 bedroomsfrom $341,000
3 bedroomsfrom $341,000
4 bedrooms and morefrom $342,200
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  • Garage
  • Train station
  • Outdoor parking
  • Model units
  • GCR Warranty

Project status

  • in presale
  • currently building
  • in delivery


CF Jacobs and Prével Alliance are presenting Au Tournant de la Gare, in Saint-Constant. New owners can choose among approximately 30 lots for the construction of their semi-detached home. The residential project offers the well-thought-out Milano model, which includes 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms and spreads over 2,002 sq.ft. High quality materials - such as natural wood floors, ceramic and granite countertops - grace the interior finish.

There is also the possibility to convert the mezzanine into an office, a bedroom or a family room. The open space concept creates a luminous ground floor with a touch of modernity.

Au Tournant de la Gare responds perfectly to the needs of families who wish to live both in a modern house and a peaceful environment. It is close to several services :

  • Grocery stores
  • Schools
  • Daycare
  • Bicycle path
  • Pedestrian paths
  • Parks

Ideally located at the heart of Saint-Constant, Au Tournant de la Gare offers its residents the option of traveling to downtown by train via Sainte-Catherine railway station or by car via the Honoré-Mercier Bridge and Highways 15, 30 and 730. This easy access is key to sustaining a career in Montreal and living in a place where it is possible to let go of all worries.


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Sales Office and Model Home
5 Racine Street, Saint-Constant
Isabelle Tousignant 450-638-6028
Monday to Wednesday : 1 to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday : 1 to 5 p.m.
Please call to find out for opening hours and to schedule an appointment. Mention that you found the project on GuideHabitation.ca

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