Here are six Montreal apartments with plenty of light to cure those winter blues.\nWith walls of windows and bright white old architectural details, these are the apartments for everyone who needs a little sunshine in their lives.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIt may still be cold out, the sun is still going down before 5 p.m. and being warm and cozy is still on everyone's mind. But there is a bright and airy silver lining on the dark and gloomy horizon; the days are getting longer (albeit slowly). So, if you're looking for an apartment now or in the coming weeks why not take a look at some of the Montreal apartments that will bring a bit of brightness to these dull winters days.\nWe took a look at Montreal rentals that are filled with charm, windows, and light and airy vibes that will help fulfill your daily dose of Vitamin D.\nOf course, there's always the option of apartments to get cozy in and watch the snow fall while you lay on your couch. But it's about time to get some summer vibes.\nMontreal apartments are a hot commodity in today's market, spots in good locations with easy access to metro stations or public transit are usually snapped up pretty quickly. So, if you can imagine yourself living in any of the following apartments, don't waste time checking them out.\nKeep scrolling to see 6 Montreal apartments that are so bright and drenched with sunlight that you'll forget you're in the city on a winter day.\n3½ Corner Apartment With Two Walls Of Windows\nRentals.ca\nMonthly rent: $1499\nAddress: 950 rue Notre-Dame O.\nClosest Metro Station: Bonaventure\nLocated in trendy Griffintown, this apartment is exceptionally bright with an entire wall made of windows. The open plan living space has an unobstructed view to let in even more light. There is also a terrasse, pool, gym, and spa in case you would rather be out in the sun.\nLearn more.\n4½ Bright Traditional Apartment With A Balcony & View\nRentals.ca\nMonthly rent: $1500\nAddress: 3515 Rue Durocher\nClosest Metro Station: Metro Saint-Laurent\nOnly a few blocks from ave. du Park and all the restaurants that come with that location, this old school Montreal apartment is light and airy, has a renovated bathroom, and a gorgeous balcony view.\nLearn more about the property!\n4½ New and Modern Saint Henri Apartment\nRentals.ca\nMonthly rent: $1785\nAddress: 748 Rue Walnut\nClosest Metro Station: Place Saint-Henri\nThis gorgeous apartment isn't very close to a metro at all, but if you drive or don't mind grabbing a bus to get places then this is a great deal. The sleek and modern construction keeps the space bright, and the glassed-in shower and stand-alone tub are reason enough to rent.\nFind out more!\n3½ Plateau Apartment Near Parc La Fontaine\nRentals.ca\nMonthly rent: $1664\nAddress: 1101 Rue Rachel E.\nClosest metro station: Mont-Royal\nThe location couldn't be any better being next to one of the best parks in the city. Not only is it open and bright but residents also have access to an indoor pool, sauna, fitness centre, and a rooftop patio with a view.\nLearn more!\n4½ Apartment On Tree Lined Street\nRentals.ca\nMonthly rent: $1449\nAddress: 5015 ave. Clanranald\nClosest Metro Station: Snowdon\nThe white walls and original oak floors help keep this two-bedroom Hampstead home feeling full of flight. Close to Queen Mary road and Monkland Village, you have access to as many restaurants, bars, and cafés that anyone could need.\nCheck out the full listing here!\n3½ Corner Apartment With Two Walls Of Windows\nRentals.ca\nMonthly Rent: 385 Avenue Viger O.\nNearest Metro: Place d'Armes\nThis one-bedroom rental may be less than 600 square feet but it's big on style. With more windows than walls, this place lets in the sun all day.\nCheck it out here!\nWhere will you be moving?