IRISH DAILY Mirror PROPERTY IRELAND: La Seigneurie, Mont Blanc, Tremblant, Quebec, Canada; HOME ABROAD

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IRISH DAILY Mirror PROPERTY IRELAND: La Seigneurie, Mont Blanc, Tremblant, Quebec, Canada; HOME ABROAD


Byline: MICHAEL DONOVAN

IRISH house-hunters and investors looking for property in Tremblant and other areas throughout Canada's popular east coast province of Quebec will no longer have to brave London Airports to get to Montreal.

Direct flights from Dublin to Montreal are expected to start on Thursday, May 8 through Air Transat which is great news for current or aspiring homeowners in this diverse area of North America.

Sean Collins, Managing Director at PURE International said: "North America has always been one of our core business areas, but we are consistently seeing an increasing amount of interest from both investment and lifestyle purchasers.

"Key factors for most buyers include good onsite amenities and proximity to four season resorts and the introduction of direct flights will boost interest in Canada's diverse opportunities."

La Seigneurie is a luxury development of 70 prestigious four and five bedroom homes set in more than 150 acres of beautiful terrain The exclusive complex has direct access to the family friendly resort and slopes of Mont Blanc.

The stunning properties benefit from a beautiful, private lake and all the luxury homes will be equipped with the latest in-home control technology and are fitted to the highest specifications.

La Seigneurie will also offer an on-site clubhouse featuring a spa, restaurant, bar, business centre, cinema and concierge services.

Owners will also be able to enjoy luxury concierge services and a full rental management program.

The nearby Mont Blanc ski resort boasts the second highest elevation in the Laurentians, a major ski school and 41 trails.

Tremblant resort, offering a wide array of ski and golf facilities is also just 15 minutes away.

La Seigneurie is a 1 hour and 15 minute drive from Montreal Pierre Trudeau Airport and a 35 minute drive from Mont Tremblant International airport. …

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