The agglomeration of Longueuil, suburban living at its best

Located close to the island of Montréal and the St. Lawrence River, getting around here is easy. If you’re looking to live in a peaceful community with plenty of fresh air, this is the place for you!
One agglomeration, five municipalities
A unique blend of traditional and contemporary architecture
Old Longueuil is one of the most popular neighborhood of the area, known for its historic charm and friendly community. 

Located on the banks of the river, this dynamic district of Longueuil is the ideal place to enjoy a good meal and soak up the country atmosphere. Century-old houses, an impressive cathedral, ancient sidewalks and mature trees stand side by side with modern structures. 

This municipality has mastered the art of preserving heritage, seamlessly integrating contemporary architecture into a landscape steeped in history. 
Ski hills on your doorstep
As soon as the snow falls, it’s time to hit the slopes! A popular destination for families with young kids, Mont Saint-Bruno is the perfect place to learn to ski or go on a getaway with your friends. Just steps away is Mont Saint-Bruno National Park, boasting beautiful trees, diverse nature and endless hiking trails. 
Close by the water
If you love the water, look no further than the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park, an idyllic setting in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. Try your hand at rowing, kayaking, canoeing and more, all steps away from home. 
Live well for less
In the agglomeration of Longueuil, two out of three families own their homes … not surprising when you see the beautiful residences in Saint-Lambert! Because it’s outside of the city, property prices are lower than the Greater Montréal average and finding your dream home is easy. If you’re looking to rent, you can expect to pay around $775 a month for an apartment, which is similar to the rental prices in some Montréal neighbourhoods. 
A well-connected transit system
Getting around is easy in the agglomeration of Longueuil thanks to the yellow subway line that connects Longueuil and Montréal, along with a bus network that operates in all four corners of the region. You can commute to work in minutes (a journey made even shorter when you bring a good book!). And if you prefer to do your shopping on this side of the river, you can find everything you need at the chic Quartier Dix30. 
Choosing to settle in Montréal is one of the best moves you could ever make. The only problem is trying to pick a neighbourhood when you’ve got so many possibilities!
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