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7 Actually-Not-Minuscule Apartments For Rent In Montreal Right Now For Between $900 & $1,000

A pattern emerges when you're looking for apartments for rent in Montreal: the farther you get from Ville-Marie and the Plateau, the more bang you get for your buck.

These days, if you're in the market for a new places to live with multiple rooms and decent living space, you're better off starting your search in some of the more outer boroughs.

Here are just some examples of good-size apartments with rent under $1,000 month.

Note that these listings are subject to change and will likely disappear once landlords find a tenant.

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2-Bedroom Near Wellington In Verdun

Price: $950/month

Address: 3789, boulevard LaSalle

Description: Located in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world, this apartment is a rare find.

Just a block from the trendy rue Wellington and a riverside park, and three blocks from the De l'Église green metro line station, it offers a high quality of life and lots of space for a more reasonable price than you'll find in other boroughs.

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Côte-des-Neiges 1-Bedroom

Price: $950/month

Address: 3366, avenue Lacombe

Description: This great apartment is near the Côte-des-Neiges blue metro line station and the bustling chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, as well as the campus of the Université de Montréal.

The kitchen might be tiny, but you get a spacious separate living area (with a half-wall! imagine the decorating possibilities), a balcony and plenty of large windows to let in that natural light.

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Nun's Island 1-Bedroom

Price: $965/month

Address: 500, rue François

Description: Nun's Island offers a distinct lifestyle in Montreal. Dotted by condo developments, it's quiet and removed from the electric and eclectic commercial streets on the big island.

But if you're looking for a change of pace, this could be the place for you. The island also has some great parks and biking trails.

That's not to say it lacks transit, though. The listing for this apartment indicates there's a bus stop right outside the door.

Nun's Island is also getting a REM stop for rapid, direct access to downtown Montreal.

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1-Bedroom By Parc Maisonneuve

Price: $995/month

Address: 5951, 26e Avenue

Description: A block from the enormous Parc Maisonneuve and the Botanical Garden, this renovated Rosemont apartment is bright and clean-looking.

It appears to make good use of space and, according to the listing, has room for a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer.

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Many-Windowed 1-Bedroom

Price: $895/month

Address: 3871, rue Beaubien E.

Description: The listing for this apartment says its big and many windows are its "most prominent feature" and also calls attention to its "high ceilings, hardwood floors and very spacious kitchen."

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Saint-Michel 2-Bedroom With A Balcony

Price: $910/month

Address: 3183, rue Jean-Talon

Description: A bit further north is this two-bedroom steps from the blue metro line terminus at Saint-Michel station.

The listing emphasizes this apartment's "tranquillity."

One of the bedrooms also supposedly has a walk-in closet.

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Lachine 2-Bedroom Facing The Park

Price: $940/month

Address: 1070, rue Saint-Antoine

Description: This Lachine apartment is right across the street from the large Parc LaSalle and minutes from the borough's picturesque and lively waterfront.

The apartment itself is simple but sizeable. Of particular note is the kitchen, which, though small, appears to have more counter space than some of the other entries on this list.

Yes, Lachine is a bit far from downtown. But the listing indicates that several bus routes are nearby.

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