Senneville is a village of fewer than 1,000 people at the far west end of Montreal Island. Fort Senneville, the ruins of which sit on privately owned land, was built as a protective lookout and windmill in 1671.
Once a summer destination for wealthy Montrealers who built summer mansions along the Lake of Two Mountains shoreline, the village is quiet and bucolic. Small organic farms in Senneville attest to the fact that this area is still off the beaten path, which is how its residents want to keep it.
Français: École Secondaire Saint-Georges
Recreation and Leisure: Municipal tennis courts, municipal swimming pool, use of Ste. Anne de Bellevue’s library, community centre, outdoor skating rinks.
Outdoor Activities: Morgan Arboretum. Senneville Yacht Club (private club), bike paths.
Houses of Worship: Corpus Christi Parish.