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Le Seville sur Barclay

Listing status
Developer sold out
39 Units, 5 Stories
2 Bedrooms
Completed Winter/Spring 2012
From 877 SqFt


Le Seville sur Barclay is a new condo community By Groupe Cartierville at Montréal. The community was completed in 2012. Le Seville sur Barclay has a total of 39 units. Sizes start at 877 square feet.
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Le Seville sur Barclay details

Building Type:Condo
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Completed In:Winter/Spring 2012
Builder(s): By Groupe Cartierville
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Le Seville sur Barclay marketing summary

The Seville Barclay is an affordable condominium project located in the Côte-des-Neiges in Montreal. Comprising 39 units, an elevator, indoor parking (optional), the project is eligible for grants from the City of Montreal. The Seville Barclay gives you the quality of projects Cartierville Group while remaining accessible. Located near the University of Montreal, parks, public transport and amenities, the Seville Barclay is the perfect choice for first time buyers.
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Last update: Jul 19, 2013
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