Good morning everyone !
We knew a lady once in Manhattan whose father had been offered a chance to buy a loft in Soho for 30,000 dollars in the 70's - in an old factory. He laughed and told the other investors that no one would ever want to live in one of those.........................
It sold 10 years ago for 5 million -
Our friend used to laugh painfully when she told us that story.
I thought I'd take you down to Old Montreal today..............it's a pretty special part of the city filled with historical charm.
Cobblestone streets - little alleys - horse and buggies - spectacular restaurants and entertainment at your door - the river and of course - old commercial buildings converted into lofts -
1320 sq. feet
Realtor - MICHELE BOUCHARD - GROUPE SUTTON
Could I live in a loft?
In a Montreal Minute actually !
Neigborhood walks would include views like this - where not only are you transported back in time hundreds of years ago - it's almost like you've been transported back to Europe with all of the stone buildings.
Maybe our next move will be to Old Montreal :)
All neighborhood photos by DENIS TREMBLAY - ( more pics if you click on link )
In the meantime I have to decorate this space in my mind before I can let it go
Have a wonderful day everyone
LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION?
JOIN ME AT THESE FABULOUS PARTIES!
ART & SAND THE ESSENCE OF HOME
LAMBERTS LATELY ONE MORE TIME EVENTS
THE INTERIOR FRUGALISTA BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH
SAND AND SISAL A STROLL THRU LIFE
STONE GABLE AN EXTRAORDINARY DAY
KATHE WITH AN E FLUSTER BUSTER