Royalton is preparing for its official launch of its condominium suites on April 6. The sales office is now open and the two-storey ground floor townhouse condos are currently available. With only 24 townhouses for sale, interested homebuyers are urged to contact a sales representative for more information today. The April 6 launch will feature the one-, two- and three-bedroom condominium suites.
Royalton is courtesy of Axxys and will be located in the Town of Mount Royal. These condos will feature contemporary architecture and refined style for the most discerning of potential homeowners. The suites will contain premium and luxurious finishes throughout, making for a chic and high-quality living experience.
Royalton is located right in the heart of the island of Montreal, providing residents with quick access with the best that the city has to offer. Royalton homeowners will find the Highway 15 and 40 axis just southwest of the condo. De la Savane metro station is a short nine-minute walk away, and the Mount Royal train station is located a 20-minute walk from home.
Amenities such as Carré Lucerne act as a one-stop-shop close to home for groceries, pharmacy needs, and a place to grab coffee. Central Market, Rockland and IKEA are additionally found nearby. Colleges and universities such as Cégep de Saint-Laurent, Vanier College and the University of Montreal are all within short distances. Medical services are also within easy reach, including the Jewish General Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital Centre and Sainte-Justine UHC. Surrounding Royalton is plenty of green space for residents to enjoy year-round.
Inside the boutique condominium, residents are treated to plenty of amenities. Royalton features an indoor swimming pool, an underground training room, BBQ and dining areas, rooftop terrace and indoor parking.
Living in Royalton provides residents with a lavish lifestyle, centrally located in one of Montreal’s best areas of the city. Join the VIP list today to receive exclusive information, updates and invitations on the Royalton project.