Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

A lively and historic neighborhood

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

A lively and historic neighorhood.

Located on the western tip of Montreal, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is Montreal’s second oldest neighborhood. It is near the Saint Lawrence River and the Ottawa River. Its historic background and lively atmosphere make it a great choice for families and retirees. It is home to McGill University’s MacDonald Campus and John Abbott College. Popular attractions in the neighborhood include Lake Saint Louis and the Morgan Arboretum, which is a large forested area used for recreation and education. Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is serviced by a commuter train station and a network of buses.

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

AVERAGE PRICE

HousesCondominiums
2015403 584 $302 094 $
2014389 774 $277 500 $
2013381 540 $279 315 $
2012393 802 $268 562 $
2011331 166 $296 617 $
2010351 507 $258 708 $

CONSTRUCTION DATE

Before 196038%
Between 1961 and 198016%
Between 1981 and 199014%
Between 1991 and 200022%
Between 2001 and 20059%
Between 2006 and 20111%

GALLERY

SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

Area size10.6 km2
Population5073
Population density 480 inhab./km2
Average age42 years old
The largest age group45 to 64 years old
Household size1 person: 32%
2 persons: 31%
3 persons: 15%
4 persons: 21%
5 persons or more : 1%
Average household size2.4 persons
Spoken languagesFrench: 35%
English: 58%
Other: 7%