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Moving to Lunenburg from Montreal

 

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is a port city located in Lunenburg County, and is considered a world heritage site. The area is full of unique architecture and civic design that dates back to the British colonial settlement dating back before the founding of the country. Currently Lunenburg has an approximate population of 2 317 with majority of the population speaking English as a first language. The area is rich full of nature and beauty, thus planning a long distance move from Montreal to Lunenburg can be exciting and accomplished with enough planning and budgeting.

There are many things that must be kept in consideration when planning and researching a long distance move from Lunenburg to Montreal. The distance, amount of travelling involved and the most efficient route are all imperative to ensuring a long distance move from Montreal to Lunenburg is successful. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 1 317 kilometers from Lunenburg which can be translated into approximately 14 hours and 58 minutes of driving depending on the speed of the vehicle and destined route taken. If taking the most direct route from Montreal to Lunenburg, you would travel along the Autoroute 20 East out of the city until taking exit 499 for Autoroute 85 toward Notre-Dame-du-Lac/Cabano/Degelis/Edmundston/QC-185/New Brunswick. You will merge onto Trans-Canada/Autoroute 85 south, once crossing provincial boarders into New Brunswick the road will change names to NB-2 East.  After traveling approximately 100 kilometers, you will travel along NS-104 east, which is a partial toll road. Take exit 15 to merge onto NS-102 South toward Halifax/Truro. Take exit 3 for NS-213 Hammonds Plains Road toward NS-2/Bedford. Turn left onto Hammonds Plains Road/NS-213 West and merge onto NS-103 West (via the ramp to Hubbards/Yarmoutn) Take the ramp to NS-3/Mahone Bay/Lunenburg and make a right onto NS-3 Trunk West. Turn left onto Main street/NS-3 Trunk West and a left onto NS-332 East/NS-3 Trunk West. Take the 1st right onto Maple Ave/NS-3 Trunk West. Continue to follow NS-3 Trunk West. You have now entered the city of Lunenburg, equipping your long distance move with local road maps or a portable GPS system will ensure no mistakes are made when in transit. While on route from Montreal to Lunenburg, you will pass a number of cities such as Drummondville, Quebec City, Saint-Pascal, Rivere-du-Loup, Cabanc, Limestone, Fort Fairfield, Woodstock, Fredericton, and Salisbury, Moncton, Amherst, Turo, Stewlacke, Elmsdale, Halifax, Hubbards, Mahone Bay, until finally making it to the city of Lunenburg.   

The area of Lunenburg is limited in the field of post secondary education. Due to the fact that Lunenburg is located in close proximity to the city of Halifax or municipality of Halifax, commuting in a personal vehicle or by the available public transportation system in Lunenburg can connect you with the city of Halifax and what the city has to offer in post secondary educational opportunities. There are also a number of public educational institutions to help suit the needs of any child that may be moving with you to Lunenburg from Montreal who will attend a public educational institution. Researching which post secondary or public educational institution that is offered in the area should always be chosen with great consideration and care.

The area of Lunenburg is fortunate enough to have a public transportation system operating within the city, however is limited and primarily operated by a private group of citizens know as Citizens for Public Transit. (CPT) The system it self is limited due to the lack of funding and volunteers to help expand and assist in having the CPT in Lunenburg grow for future residents and visitors in the years to come. For more information on what the CPT offers to the citizens of Lunenburg and plans of expansion in the coming years.

There are a number of homes and dwellings that are currently available on the market in Lunenburg, making the search for a new dwelling much before your final moving date from Montreal to Lunenburg simple and very exciting for the entire family.  There are a number of homes that can be found in Lunenburg that are directly along the coast line and as well homes that can be found in private rural settings. Often over all budget and preference in what your looking for in a home or apartment will ensure you made the right choice. Researching the local average home prices as well as provincial legislation will ensure a prospect landlord or real estate agent does not take you advantage of your current situation.

Often the area of Lunenburg is found with annual events in every season, making a visit to the area not only a great suggestion, but also an educated decision before your destined moving date from Montreal to Lunenburg. Visiting the area will not only condition your self for the amount of travelling that is involved in your long distance move, but also better acquaint yourself and your family with the local streets, restaurants and accommodations found in Lunenburg.  There are a number of restaurants that can be found through the area, but the majority of them are experts in seafood and the presentation of Lobster, hence being on the eastern coast of Canada. There are also a number of affordable and award winning motels and hotels found in Lunenburg, making your visit unforgettable and an exciting build up to your long distance move from Montreal to Lunenburg.

When searching for Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move from Montreal to Lunenburg, its important to investigate the prospect company for past experience in the province of Nova Scotia or the city of Lunenburg in general. This will not only show a matter of professionalism, but also keep your mind at ease during this transition.

Moving to Lunenburg from Montreal can be complex with many steps implicated to ensure everything goes as planned with precision and care. Thus finding a reliable and experienced long-distance moving company is important when planning such a large move from Montreal to Lunenburg. Finding a reliable mover can give you the satisfaction and peace of mind keeping you focused on other tasks involved during the move. Selecting the right moving company or long distance movers in Montreal in general without the appropriate research can be time consuming, however checking company references, prior satisfied customer referrals, and that the moving company you choose operates or has operated in the past with the city you'll need to move to will always keep you one step ahead in your move.

Selecting Montreal Economical Moving Service ALEX - you are going to make sure your possessions are safely and securely transferred, and that this is done as quickly as possible. The choice is up to you!

 

Good Luck and happy moving!

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