Location / address
561 Côte-Saint-Antoine Road
Bus : 124
Get directions to this building from (zip code)
City of Westmount
Centre de l'Île
Year of completion
Rated Historical building
History and facts
New research are telling that this house may have been built in a different year.
This ancestral home was built by Pierre, son of Marin Hurtubise on land ceded by Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve himself around 1650. Building remained in the hands of the family until Dr. Leopold Hurtubise sold the house to Canadian Heritage of Quebec in 1959 (A foundation stated by C.J.G. Molson). If the house has retained much of its original look, It is because it was a concern for all generations of Hurtubise in possession of the house.
Once isolated, the residence is now surrounded by the most beautiful Westmount houses.
This building has been classified a historical monument the 16 of December 2004 by the Ministry of Culture and Communications.
Constructor and other companies involved in construction:
2010 : Desnoyers Mercure
Facts about Montreal Source ville.montreal.qc.ca More statistics on Montreal
- Density of Montreal population is 3625 hab./km2
- There are 25 107 Hotel rooms in the area of Montreal
- The longest street in Montréal is blvd Gouin : 50 Km
Statistics about this page
17143 hits on this page since May 5 2010, Last update: 2017-07-24 - CodeIMTL 3733
Imtl.org has no relation with owner of this building
Almost all our images can be purchased in hight resolution format - 5000 * 3500 pixels, Contact us
All pictures on this website are protected through copyright. Anyone who uses them on personal or commersial websites or other media, commits a violation of the law