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20 Adorable Montreal Homes For Sale Under $400,000 (Photos)

Is it possible to buy them all?
20 Adorable Montreal Homes For Sale Under $400,000 (Photos)

Finding a reasonably priced condo in Montreal is harder than ever. Since the price of real estate keeps rising, if you're looking to buy, it looks like the time is now. Or it may have been yesterday. 

Gone are the days of purchasing a cute one-bedroom in a sought after neighbourhood for less than $300,000. Now it seems like that number is a lot closer to $500,000 if you're looking at one of Montreal's main boroughs that are walking distance to a metro station. 

While The First-Time Home Buyer Incentive will help Quebec residents purchase their first home, it can still be a lot of down payment money to come up with. 

With that in mind, we took a look at some of Montreal's cutest condos for sale right now that are the best value for the money; close to all amenities including transit, were under $400,000, and didn't need any major renovations (minus cosmetic changes). 

We also did not include basement suites. While many basement units don't give off that dungeon feel anymore and can be substantially cheaper, they are often more difficult for resale value. 

The good news is that Montreal is not short on condo charm. These 20 condos all have are a must-see if you're looking to buy! Or just looking. 

4420 Rue Drolet (Plateau) 

Cost: $349,000

On one of the cutest streets in the Plateau sits this one bedroom open concept condo. The brightly colored Victorian facade is enough to sell us.

Check it out here!

4380 Rue Berri (Plateau) 

Cost: $399,000

Yeah it has 'character,' but don't let that dissuade you. It's minutes from Mont-Royal metro station but located on a quiet part of Berri. Location, location, location.

Check it out here!

5363 rue Saint-Denis (Plateau) 

DuProprio

Cost: $399,000

Minutes from Laurier metro station, this urban loft has all the charm of the Plateau. And there is also a common rooftop terrasse.

Check it out here!

3827 Rue De Bullion (Plateau) 

Cost: $329,000

Completely renovated, this apartment has classic Montreal styling with modern upgrades, like a heated kitchen floor!

Check it out here!

3947 Rue St-Denis (Plateau) 

Cost: $259,000

It's tiny but with its location next to Parc La Fontaine and between two major metro stations (Mont Royal & Sherbrooke), this is a great first-time investment.

Check it out here!

3535 Ave. Papineau (Plateau) 

Cost: $285,000

Small but big in heart. Forget that all the amenities you need are in this apartment, the private terrace offers panormaic views of the city. Enough said.

Check it out here!

5325 Ave. du Parc (Mile-End) 

Cost: $389,000

This gorgeous apartment in trendy Mile-End has a dedicated bedroom on the mezzanine.

Check it out here!

2727 Rue du Centre (Sud-Ouest) 

Cost: $339,000

This one bedroom has two floors and is just steps from the Atwater market. It's sleek, ultra-modern for Montreal, and all green architecture.

Check it out here!

340 Rue du Champ-de-Mars (Old Port) 

Cost: $399,000

It's bright, airy, with access to a private garden. It's the perfect little Old Port one bedroom.

Check it out here!

64 Rue St-Paul O.

Cost: $398,000

Right in the heart of the Old Port action is this one-bedroom condo with exposed ceilings. There is a shared terrace and even an indoor parking space you could rent out.

Check it out here!

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90 Rue des Soeurs Grises (Old Port) 

DuProprio

Cost: $399,000

This loft may be steps from busy rue St-Paul, but it's just removed enough to not feel overwhelming. The interior is a nod to Old Montreal's charm but with a touch of modern style.

Check it out here!

80 Rue Prince (Old Port) 

Centris

Cost: $398,000

The best of both worlds; the Old Port and Griffintown on either side of you. The bedroom is open to the modern layout but private enough that you won't even notice.

Check it out here!

219 Rue Maria (Saint-Henri/Petite Bourgogne)

Centris

Cost: $369,000

One of the few two bedrooms on the list, this Atwater market neighbour is perfectly situated and turn-key ready.

Check it out here!

3700, Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest (Saint-Henri/Petite Bourgogne)

Centris

Cost: $360,000

The condos in the old Imperial Tobacco places are nothing new. I've visited them. Though they're small, the property is immaculate and they have a pool, basketball court and a load of other amenities you won't find anywhere else.

Check it out here!

1055 Rue Saint-André (Ville-Marie)

Centris

Cost: $359,000

From the granite countertops to the matte black faucets, this condo has been renovated with absolute attention to detail and style.

Check it out here!

1287 Rue de la Visitation (Ville-Marie)

Centris

Cost: $399,000

This is a huge apartment (nearly 1400 sqft) on two levels right next to Beaudry metro. The rooftop terrasse is a must-see.

Check it out here!

1797 Rue Amherst (Ville-Marie)

Centris

Cost: $279,000

There's a bit of a 90s vibe going on here. But for the price, cosmetic upgrades are feasible. There is a private front balcony and the one bedroom is a good size for the overall square footage.

Check it out here!

2515 Avenue Van Horne (Côte-des-Neiges)

Centris

Cost: $389,000

Set a little more out of the way than most of the condos on the list, this space makes up for it with three bedrooms and a parking space.

Check it out here!

6970 Avenue Victoria (Côte-des-Neiges)

Centris

Cost: $348,000

Another two-bedroom, this cute condo is great value for the location; steps from the metro, grocery store and restaurants.

Check it out here!

1000 Rue Ottawa (Griffintown) 

Centris

Cost: $329,000

The ever-popular Griffintown is adding more condos. This building has everything an urbanite could need; spa, sauna, swimming pools, roof terrace and more.

Check it out here!

So many choices, so little time.

*This article has been updated.

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