Sold. I’ve known that 66 Regent was coming to the market for quite a long time now. Standing at its big front window I’ve watched the seasons change across the street in lovely Churchill Park. All the deciduous greens have gone gold and then given up the ghost altogether.
A detached two-bedroom downtown bungalow with parking and a pretty yard. That's a rarity in its own right. Add some pine floors and a renovated bathroom. Then picture high ceilings and a spacious set of rooms, a smart floorplan.
Sold. This smartly renovated, pretty two-storey home on the shores of Mud Lake is just twenty minutes from downtown Kingston. The way I see it, you can leave your office at five and be in the kayak, care-free, half an hour later.
SOLD! There are those among us who dream of raising some goats, some chickens, of putting a horse or two into a green field, raising a barn, walking a pretty trail into the woods. And why not, those are modest and and wholly reasonable ambitions.
SOLD. This luxurious one-bedroom condominium was featured in the pages of Kingston Life for a very good reason - it`s marvellous. Situated at the downtown intersection of Queen and Bagot Streets...
Sold! There are a good number of red-brick 2.5 storey homes in downtown Kingston, and they're every bit as important to the streetscape as the older limestone homes.
Sold. As you pull into Maple Hill Estates, just 22 or 23 easy and scenic minutes north of downtown Kingston, it’s this marvellous house that you see first at the bottom of the hill, set well back from the road behind its striking black aluminum fence, and amid manicured lawns and a variety of pretty, mature trees.
SOLD. This very pretty, detached three-bed one-bath home is at the intersection of Plum and Cherry and Chestnut, which is to say it sits at the absolute heart of The Fruit Belt. The world revolves around it.
SOLD. This legal duplex on York St not far west of Division offers a two-storey three-bedroom unit, next to a two-storey one-bedroom plus den. I've always liked apartments that are spread over two floors.
Red-brick townhomes are in short supply north of Princess St. There are some modest examples on Bagot, just north of Raglan, and further west on Chatham is another set, right at the sidewalk. There are one or two others. But the prettiest, to my mind, are those on York St, just west of Barrie, between McBurney Park and the Fruit Belt. ...