Magnificent property at the corner of Adam Street where the antecedents of a former bank have been preserved. A property that swims in charm offering large volumes, open concept living spaces, timeless marble flooring, large windows, ceiling height of 12 ft., a bank vault converted into a huge walk- in, and much more.
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Assessment & Taxes
|Hallway||Ground floor||18.0x10.7 P|
|Kitchen||Ground floor||11.4x7.11 P||Marble backsplash|
|Dining room||Ground floor||12.10x14.5 P|
|Living room||Ground floor||13.5x15.2 P|
|Den||Ground floor||10.11x12.10 P||Possibility to make BDR|
|Washroom||Ground floor||7.4x4.2 P||Marble and granite|
|Master bedroom||Ground floor||17.7x13.6 P||Washer/dryer|
|Other||Ground floor||5.10x13.5 P|
|Bathroom||Ground floor||13.9x12.2 P||Adjacent to MBDR|
|Other||Ground floor||7.0x13.4 P|
|Family room||Basement||8.8x15.4 P|
Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, curtain rods (with curtains).
- A new certificate of location will follow shortly;
- The monthly fees are $ 221.00 and include: condo, building insurance, maintenance of the common areas, management and administration fees;
- 1489-1493, de la Salle avenue received the Emeritus 2008 Heritage Award / Residential Category with the following statement: "Built in 1902 to house a bank, this building is now a residential building. The replacement of doors, windows and balconies, as well as the cleaning of copper cornices and stone cladding, greatly contributed to its development. The new components respect the original architectural expression while providing a subtle note of contemporaneity. "
- The building is also displayed in the Greater Montreal Built Heritage Directory " la Banque d'Épargne ". The building is identified, within the urban heritage assessment documents, in the following categories: 1- " Building of exceptional heritage value (municipal jurisdiction) ";
2- " Located in an area of exceptional heritage value ";