in Kingston’s best downtown residential location

Welcome to the spectacular waterfront living space of refined elegance & European charm! Quoted as “Kingston’s best house”, ultimate paradise with a stunning view of Lake Ontario, this is the place to live in the city’s prime neighbourhood and enjoy all that it has to offer.
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Everyday Magic

Here you are engulfed in light with lake views from literally every window. The east-west orientation means that you can watch the sun rise. Follow it’s glistening path across the water while you look over the moored boats at the adjacent premier Yacht Club. Then watch the sun set as you enjoy a glass of wine on your roof deck.

Located right by the water, you can enjoy a variety of water activities and sports. Swim in a clear water right outside your backyard off a clean pebble beach. Take out a kayak or a stand-up paddle board at the Yacht Club. Let your kids enjoy jumping off a water-trampoline just a few feet off the shore. Sail, windsurf, kite-surf, or take a lesson to learn how to do it. In the winter, skate on the frozen lake, watch or join ice-boating and enjoy a warm drink at the Yacht Club's bar. (Membership to the Kingston Yacht Club has to be purchased separately)

This home lends a whole new meaning to the concept of convenience. Located in Kingston’s best neighbourhood with everything close by in walking distance. Just follow the magnificent Waterfront Walkway or stroll through the next door gorgeous City Park to reach the downtown shops, first class restaurants, market square and world-renowned Queens University with adjoining medical facilities.

This is the place to live to experience the essence of Kingston and enjoy all that this vibrant city has to offer.


Kingston is extremely well situated with an amazing waterfront. Here the mighty St. Lawrence river flows out of the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city is a gateway to the fabulous 1000 Islands.

Canada’s first capital, with it’s mix of heritage buildings, is a UNESCO world heritage destination because of the Rideau Canal and Fort Henry. There are also another 20 National Historic sites here. Unique, vibrant and very livable, Kingston is aspiring to be Canada’s most sustainable city where history and innovation thrive. It is recognized to be one of the best places in Canada to live. Here you have easy access to Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and even NYC.

Kingston’s downtown district is ranked as one of the best in North America. It boasts Canada’s oldest running market square, eclectic shops, major cultural venues and an outstanding restaurant scene supported by a strong local food movement.

Kingston is home to two world class educational institutions: Queens University and Royal Military College. Kingston has the most PhD holders per capita of any city in Canada.

Kingston is the freshwater sailing capital of the world, home to the Olympic sailing events in 1976. The recreational values are exceptional with 15 golf courses, beaches, wineries, lakes and provincial parks nearby.

A million tourists every year can’t be wrong. It’s an easy place to fall in love with!

Your location on the map

A waterfront location between downtown and the University is arguably the best place in Kingston. Just a few hundred meters up the street is Kingston’s largest and most beautiful park. An amazing waterfront walkway passes by the Property. The Yacht Club next door can moor your boat and give you access to a variety of watersports and recreational programs. Multiple cultural venues, such as recently opened Isabel Center for the Performing Arts, Tett center, and the Grand Theatre are also a short stroll away along the waterfront. Beyond downtown and waterfront, many of Kingston’s shopping centers and malls are a few minutes’ drive.

Enlarge the map and you will realize how within 2.5 hours you can reach 3 of Canada’s major urban centres: Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.

A major international bridge and entry point to the US is little more than half an hour away.