Saint-Constant Real Estate Agent
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SELL YOUR PROPERTY IN SAINT-CONSTANT
For you who are considering selling your property, Anna Estephan Real Estate Agency has been providing real estate agency services on the South Shore for over 15 years. Anna has so many years of experience and uses her skills to help you achieve your goals of selling (or buying) a property. No matter how big your real estate dreams are, Anna will take care of everything to help you make them come true!
Whether this is your first transaction or whether you are a veteran in the market, she will support you by giving you the right advice and using effective tools to achieve a successful real estate transaction. As a professional real estate agent, his mission is to carry out your real estate project without stress so that you have the best possible experience and that you get your money's worth!
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Saint-Constant - A City that Brings Us Together
Located in the Montérégie region and part of the Roussillon RCM, Saint-Constant is a city where life is good. Its population is 29,915, as shown on to the municipality's website. In 1973, there were 6,000 citizens, today they are over 29,915. The inhabitants of Saint-Constant are called Constantins. The municipality's slogan is: "A city that looks like us and brings us together."
History of Saint-Constant
The first European families settled in Saint-Constant in 1725. Twenty-five years later, in 1750, the parish of Côte Saint-Pierre was created and a chapel was erected. At the time, these lands belonged to the seigneury of Sault St. Louis. In 1815, Rang Saint-Pierre was known as the "Black Cattle Road," the route of the cattle traffickers from New York State to Montreal.
Local administrative structures were created in Saint-Constant in 1845 with the introduction of the parish municipality and the school board. Saint-Constant entered the modern world with the construction of the CN and CP railroads in the last quarter of the 19th century. The electrification of the village will be done around 1918 and the rural electrification will end in 1939. Since the 1950s, the growth of residential construction has allowed Saint-Constant to obtain the status of city in 1973. In 2025, Saint-Constant will celebrate its 300th anniversary.
A City Where it is Good to Start a Family
In 2018, Saint-Constant was declared the 2nd best city in Canada to start a family, following a study conducted annually by MoneySense magazine. With an average age of 38, this city offers a vibrant urban living environment with its two commuter train stations and its great access to public transportation. Easy access to downtown Montreal, combined with the excellent quality/price ratio of the residences, has generated a strong demographic growth of 12.02% since 2011.
Video clip: A retrospective of the year 2018. Courtesy of the city of Saint-Constant, which offers more than 175 video clips on its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiucrMxyATRmDGcj0TgJ5_w/featured
In 2017 and 2019, the city located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River across from Montreal will rank 4th among the best cities in Quebec to start a family and raise children according to Maclean's magazine's rankings this time around. According to Mayor Jean-Claude Boyer, several factors contributed to this result: "Criteria such as the number of schools, daycare centres, CPE and the many free activities for children, the sound management of the city, the very low crime rate and the accessibility of property explain a large part of this result.”
The study also takes into consideration demographic factors. Out of a population of over 29,915 citizens, there are:
- 50% of families have children;
- 19% of the population is under the age of 15;
- Monthly daycare fees cost on average $175 (2019)
The mayor of Saint-Constant concludes by saying: "The city is a must when it comes to choosing a city to settle in on the South Shore. We are happy to realize that our citizens appreciate and take advantage of our family service offer.”
Macleans' "Best Places to Live" study takes into consideration more than 30 criteria, such as family income, unemployment rate, crime rate, home ownership, access to a family doctor and recreational services, etc. View Maclean's best places to live for families.
Video clip: Citizens will now be able to use aquatic facilities in their own city! The Aquatic Complex offers a 25-metre competitive pool with 10 lanes, a ramp for children and people with reduced mobility and an 18-metre recreational pool with a river with current and a paddling pool with water games.
Close to All Amenities
Saint-Constant offers a peaceful and enchanting living environment located near all amenities. Approximately five hundred businesses, daycare centers, and schools are present on the territory of this small and charming city to meet the needs of its citizens. An efficient public transportation network serves the city. There is a good municipal library, a youth centre, the Claude-Hébert seniors' center, health facilities, including the Saint-Constant dentistry services, the Denis-Lord cultural center, Saint-Constant also has many parks, three of which offer water games (Parc Réal Bellefleur, Parc du Petit Bonheur, and Parc Jean-Béliveau), 16 km of hiking and biking trails, an arena and outdoor skating rinks as well as facilities to enjoy the pleasures of Mother Nature in all seasons and for recreation and sports for all ages and tastes.
Video clip: In St-Constant, we move, we have fun, even in winter! (Source: Ville de St-Constant: https://saint-constant.ca/
What are the main attractions in Saint-Constant?
Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum
All aboard! Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum, offers a journey into the fascinating world of railroads. Discover the evolution of rail transportation, from its origins to the present day. Take a guided tour to experience the lifestyle of travellers in the past and learn more about railroad workers.
Located in Sainte-Catherine, the RécréoParc offers a multitude of activities, including a beach, an urban campground, a nautical zone, trails, parks, and bicycle paths. In March 2021, the city conducted a survey on the possibility of offering free access to the RécréoParc beach, excluding parking, to the citizens of Saint-Constant. Access to the beach of the regional park is already free for residents of Sainte-Catherine, Candiac, and Delson, with proof of residence.
For the past few years, the first weekend of December has been dedicated to the Saint-Constant Victorian Christmas Market. Thousands of people are expected from December 3 to 5, 2021, for this free event, which will allow them to discover the products offered by the fifty or so artisans who have confirmed their presence.
Christmas story for the Constantines!
The city of Saint-Constant offered in 2020 a french holiday tale, specially designed to entertain the Constantins! Comedian: Éric Michaud, professional storyteller and liar. Since 1995, he has been telling tales and lies throughout the cities and villages. With a disconcerting repartee, he will charm you with his unique approach: a clever mix of history and humor. Production: OyezOyez (oyez.ca).
Saint-Constant - Population Stats
Source : Centris
Saint-Constant - Real Estate Data
Source : Centris
Saint-Constant - Usefull Links
- Saint-Constant Website
- Saint-Constant Facebook Page
- Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum
- History and Heritage SocietyLignery
- St-Constant - Cycling Maps
- St-Constant - Street Maps
- Saint-Constant Library
- Wifi Free Places
- Best restos of Saint-Constant, by Trip Advisor
Text sources :
- City of Saint-Constant
- Wikipedia - Saint-Constant
- Société d'histoire et de patrimoine de Lignery, Saint-Constant et sa région
Serving South Shore Owners
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Anna Estephan Agence Immobilière Inc.
14 Rue de Turin, Candiac, QC J5R 0L4
Téléphone: (514) 292-2311
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