6 Montreal Apartments For Rent With Heating Included So You Can Keep Warm All Winter Long

Not having to pay for heating is a MAJOR plus in this city.
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6 Montreal Apartments For Rent With Heating Included So You Can Keep Warm All Winter Long

I'm sure you've noticed by now, but Montreal can get quite chilly. Make that really chilly. And that's exactly why so many people look for Montreal apartments for rent with heating included.

Luckily for us, our city has a hot rental market, despite the freezing weather. And some even come with other amenities.

But we can't think about that right now — We're too focused on getting cozy in our new place.

Looking for a new place with a little more sizzle? Check out these listings below that come with heating included in the rent.

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2060, rue Saint-Hubert, Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $2,800 per month

Bedrooms: Three

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: Not just heating is included, but all types of amenities (plus an HD Smart TV) come with this listing.

199, rue de la Rotonde, Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $1,850 per month

Bedrooms: One

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: This listing has some gorgeous views and is super close to downtown.

1165, rue Wellington, Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $1,800 per month

Bedrooms: One

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: It's got an amazing location with so much close by, including downtown, Old Montreal and the canal.

340, ave. Willowdale, Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $1,375 per month

Bedrooms: One

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: This apartment has antique charm, yet is totally modernly renovated.

5025, Jean-Talon O., Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $1395 – $1980 per month

Bedrooms: One – Two

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: This spot is in a super convenient location — so much so that there's an IGA on the first floor.

4132, rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, QC

Rentals.ca

Price: $4,250 per month

Bedrooms: Five

Why This Apartment Is Awesome: The perfect spot for you and your four besties.

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