Located in the heart of Montreal’s Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie district, the Castor des Érables development is all about bright and extremely spacious homes built for exceptional quality of life.
The new residential project comprises three townhouses built to the highest standards, meeting the needs of today’s couples and families through carefully considered architecture and state-of-the-art materials.
Created in collaboration with L. McComber – Living Architecture, the Castor des Érables homes are intimate and luxurious residences, subtly concealed behind a heritage façade that respects the neighbourhood’s authentic character. They are perfectly integrated into their surroundings. Respect for the neighbourhood and understated street-facing architecture result in a discreet, elegant and distinguished high-end project.
Backyard, closed garage, bright windows, polished-concrete radiant floors, state-of-the-art bathrooms and a kitchen worthy of a great chef: each unit is a home created for making the most of each moment.
In the common areas, 100% natural maple flooring enhances the brightness of the space. The use of glass and the heated polished-concrete floors give the ensemble a chic and modern note. These elements contrast perfectly with the black and white used in the kitchens, where quartz countertops and immaculate white backsplashes contrast with black cabinets to create a refined contemporary effect.
Spaciousness and light
Each of the three units – the cottage, the split-level and the penthouse – features impressive volumes, with ceilings up to 14 feet high. Visitors will appreciate the generous windows and feeling of openness, which intensifies on arrival at the semi-levels leading to the backyards and terraces.
With private outdoor spaces ranging from 306 to 560 square feet, each unit has an intimate, sunny place for gardening and entertaining. All units have a private entrance and a closed garage for exclusive use.
The walls and windows provide remarkable levels of natural light, while the windowed garages create a boundary-pushing sense of perspective, opening up the backyard visually as the sun’s reflections shift, enhancing the architectural appeal of the back of the building.
“Renowned for his precision and great sensitivity to context, Laurent McComber, the founding architect of L. McComber – Living Architecture, was able to create the surprise behind the building’s heritage façade. The result is three unique, spacious, bright and extremely well-designed townhouses that combine evocative power and precise execution,” says Martin Durocher, owner and senior partner of Parkhouse.
An up-and-coming neighbourhood
Located in the heart of the Rosemont neighbourhood, just steps away from thriving Rue Beaubien, the Castor des Érables homes are part of a cozy urban village bordering Molson Park. The sidewalks of Rue des Érables – a residential street with a lively neighbourhood scene – are lined with flower beds, turning it into an open-air botanical garden with a sense of serenity prized by residents.
The Castor des Érables development is an opportunity to live in one of Montreal’s most vibrant urban neighbourhoods, with numerous restaurants, parks, schools, movie theatres, grocery stores, craft breweries and other businesses just steps away.
A Parkhouse project
Parkhouse is an integrated company dedicated to creating innovative and well-constructed living spaces. From site selection to design, construction and sale, each decision is made to meet the most demanding requirements for liveability and quality of life. To purchase a Parkhouse home is to make a sustainable and profitable investment.
Location: Montréal, Canada
First floor + Mezzanine
Surface area: 2,498 sq.ft.
Price: starting from $1,299,000+tx
Basement + ground floor
Surface area: 3,173 sq.ft.
Price : starting from $1,399,000+tx
Basement + ground floor + first floor
Surface area: 3,408 sq.ft.
Photo credit: Parkhouse/Bardagi