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Le projet de condominiums de luxe NADIAMONA III se situe sur un site exceptionnel combinant un environnement agréable avec la proximité des services d’une métropole sur le boulevard St Jean entre Roger Pilon et Lake à DDO.

 

Le projet comprend vingt-un condominiums de différentes grandeurs (3 ½, 4 ½, 5 ½, 6 ½,7 ½) divisés de façon à maximiser l’espace utile avec de grandes fenêtres et portes patio maximisant la lumière naturelle.

 

 

 

La majorité des unités sont des unités de coin et ont l’option d’avoir jusqu’à trois stationnements intérieurs.

 

 

 

La façade de pierre et brique confère une allure attrayante à l’architecture du projet qui se distingue par son élégance.

 

 

 

Situé à proximité de toutes les commodités :bus(arrêt en avant), école et cegep(5 minutes à pieds), parc(4 minutes à pieds), supermarchés, etc.. et dans un quartier paisible avec accès rapide(4 minutes par voiture) à l’autoroute 40.

 

 

 

Le projet NADIAMONA III est un emplacement de choix pour tous ceux qui désirent une vie de quartier paisible de la banlieue avec la rapidité d’accès au centre de Montréal ou de Laval.

 

 

 

On vous offre une construction de qualité supérieure sur un site stratégique à des prix très compétitifs!

 

N’hésitez pas à profiter de cette chance unique!

 

Site : https://www.google.ca/maps/@45.478603,-73.840214,3a,75y,33.72h,83.17t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sXTkIbBz0Q0RtcwQ-UQRezQ!2e0

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