About

The Town of Hampstead is 100% residential. There are no retail shops or businesses within it’s municipal boundaries. However, residents can enjoy Monkland Village and Snowdon within walking distance. The houses sit on relatively large plush green lots. The municipality as several pools, parks and recreation centres. The town was named after another garden city, the London suburb of Hampstead Village. Like its namesake, Hampstead is the home of many affluent citizens, and competes with a few other suburbs for first place in the rankings of highest average household incomes in Canada.

Transport

Accessible to autoroute Decarie to hop onto the trans-Canada highway, highway 40, and the 117.

Metro

Snowdon

Busses

124 Vendome
51 Édouard-Montpetit/Queen-Mary,
66 The Boulevard/Côte-Saint-Luc
161 Van Horne/Fleet
166 Queen Mary/MacDonald
90 Saint Catherine

Recreation

Irving L. Adessky Community Center, Councillors park splash pad, Hampstead Park

Daycares & Nurseries

  • Randee’s Creative Castle
  • Snowdon Tottlers Day Nursery
  • Garderie Petit Monde Snowdon
  • École Préscolaire Montessori

Languages Spoken

  • French 16%
  • English 73%
  • Others 11%
Languages Spoken

Schools in & around Hampstead

Commission scolaire de Montréal (French Language Schools)

Elementary

  • L’école des Cinq-Continents
  • École internationale de Montréal

High School

  • École Saint-Luc

Commission Scolaire English-Montreal (English Language Schools)

Elementary

  • Hampstead Elementary
  • Merton (French Immersion offered)
  • Royal Vale School (French Immersion offered)

High School

  • Royal Vale (French Immersion offered)

Housing Info

Last 4 Quarters

62 sales
Median selling price: $1,652,500
Average selling time: 50 days

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