As a Montrealer, you’ve probably heard of the iconic Habitat 67, a world-famous architectural work of art by Moshe Safdie and perhaps one of the most coveted housing complexes in the city. If you ever dreamt of moving in with the elite, a condo was recently listed for sale at $1,350,000 in the pavilion originally built for Expo ’67.
Even if you can’t afford it — and the listing is no longer active, so your money is safe! — there’s no harm in checking the pics to start manifesting your dream home.
The exterior of Habitat 67.Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
This 1,368-square-foot unit includes two floors, a solarium, and epic views of the Saint Lawrence River and Montreal’s Grande Roue. Future owners will feel close to nature while living just a few minutes away from downtown.
The flat has been entirely renovated in the last two years, so everything is brand new inside, from the wooden floors to the kitchen cabinets, plumbing and bathroom.
The living room on the first floor of a condo for sale in Habitat 67.Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
On the first floor, you’ll find a large empty room with direct access to the kitchen, stairs and the sunroom. The space is luminous with a corner window.
No need to worry about cold feet in winter. Both the solarium and bathroom — including the shower — have heated ceramic floors.
A Habitat 67 sunroom.Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
The condo is unfurnished, but the lucky future residents will enjoy quartz countertops and some fancy appliances in the modern kitchen, including a large fridge, an induction cooktop, two ovens and a dishwasher.
The kitchen in a condo for sale in Habitat 67. Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
The bathroom with a heated floor resembles the kitchen in its design. It includes a bathtub, shower, large mirrors and two sinks on a white quartz countertop.
Stairs and a loft space in a condo for sale in Habitat 67.Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
Upstairs, there is a large primary bedroom that opens onto a private terrace. There are no upstairs neighbours, so future owners would be able to turn this luxurious space into a romantic cocoon with glorious views.
The patio space attached to a condo for sale in Habitat 67.Michèle Jenneau | Royal LePage
Clearly, we have many reasons to envy the Montrealers who can afford to buy this fancy condo, where nature and urban modernity meet.
Condo for Sale in Habitat 67
Cost: Listed at $1,350,000 and a monthly fee of $2,145, including all charges and maintenance expenses, in January 2023. The listing is no longer active.
Address: 608-2600, avenue Pierre-Dupuy, Montreal, QC