This beautiful 2 bedroom suite is located in the Queen's district. It is the lower level of a limestone and red brick home built in 1902 and fully re-modeled in 2015.
It has a fantastic south side location near Victoria Park and is 5-min walk of Queen's and Hospital's. This exceptional property is among the up-scale premium accommodations in Kingston.
This suite boasts lots of natural light complimented with professionally designed lighting throughout. Virtually every room features exposed limestone walls characteristic of the Limestone City.
In addition to being ideally located near Queen's, the Hospitals and Downtown this special property features:
• Contemporary Open Plan Design
• Exposed Limestone Walls
• Artisan Concrete Counter Tops
• Stainless Steel Appliances
• Professionally Designed Lighting
• Italian Porcelain Tile Floors
• Radiant Heating
• High Efficiency In-Unit Laundry
Guests enjoy this completely private apartment with its own kitchen, living room, study, bathroom and 2 bedrooms.
The kitchen is fully equipped with range/oven, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, pots, pans, small appliances, coffee maker, dishes and utensils.
The bathroom is stocked with hairdryer and plush towels for guest use as well as complimentary toiletries.
This suite is in the Queen's district of downtown Kingston. It is a short walk to Queen's University, Kingston General Hospital and Hotel Dieu Hospital. Charming boutiques, sensational restaurants, pubs and bistros are also a short walk away.
Kingston has vibrant night life with amazing restaurants, bars and local bands. In and around Kingston there are many museums, historic landmarks, parks and hiking trails to take in. Summer festivals are showcased on weekends in nearby parks.
Take in Kingston's gorgeous waterfront. Relax on a bench watching the boats glide by along Lake Ontario. Take a hike or cycle along the waterfront trail. Rent a bike, canoe, kayak or paddle board at the water's edge.
Kingston's Historic Ghost Tour and Fort Henry are among the top ranked "things to do" in Ontario. As well, Kingston now offers a "hop on hop off" tour trolley service that showcases many of the City's highlights including Sir John A. MacDonald's legacy as well as several Sydenham Ward mansions, Fort Henry and the historic Barriefield Village.
Walking is the best way to get around and see the city. There are public buses and taxis available as well as the "hop on hop off trolley." Kingston can be easily be reached by train station, bus terminal, marina on lake Ontario and regional airport.