Beaconsfield Real Estate… 

Comfortable Family Living

beaconsfield 1 300x225 - BeaconsfieldBeaconsfield Real Estate offers the best in comfortable family living! Incorporated in 1910, this bedroom community was named in honour of Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, who was a close confidant of Queen Victoria, and the Prime Minister of the UK in the 1860’s and 70’s.

At that time, most of the housing consisted of summer cottages, where the city folk would spend their summer vacations.

There are still some of those cottages standing, many of which have been modified to allow year-round living. Being a coveted area with close proximity to the lake, many of those cottages have been torn down, and beautiful executive homes put in their place.


beaconsfield2 300x225 - BeaconsfieldLarge lots, and the mature landscape, combined with easy access to Montreal’s downtown core via two train stations on the Vaudreuil-Dorion commuter train line and Highway 20 as well as express buses to the Metro line, make this area highly desirable.

This lovely residential area features quiet streets. Types of properties range from attached townhouse style homes to executive lakefront properties, predominantly with single-family detached homes. There is a great pride of ownership here – and it is evident as you walk through the streets beneath the mature green canopy.

Bordering Lake St Louis to the South, the waterfront offers two yacht clubs, the Lord Reading Club, and the Beaconsfield Yacht Club, parks and a historical cultural centre. The town’s Sports Center houses a gymnasium, ice rink, an indoor swimming pool, home to the Blue Fins competitive swimming club.


beaconsfield3 300x225 - BeaconsfieldBeaconsfield is primarily an English speaking community, with around 70% of families having English as their mother tongue.

Easy access to schooling, recreational facilities, commercial centres and public transportation makes this great community a prime choice for families. The area features several distinct neighbourhoods, characterized by being either North or South of Highway 20. No matter which area in this lovely town you choose, you can depend on great services, proximity to everything, and community spirit!

Put Beaconsfield Real Estate on your wish list, and fall in love with it! To buy or sell in Beaconsfield, contact me.


Interesting Facts

Area : 24,5 km2, population (2016) 19,324 residents
72% English speaking, 20% French speaking, 8% other languages
Median Price *: Properties 2019: $672,000
Median Price *: Properties 2018: $647,000
Median Price *: Properties 2017: $606,500
Median Price*: Properties, 2016: $514,000

* Source: QPAREB, 2020.
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