207 Main Street, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7K 5S4
Money doesn’t go as far as it used to especially in major cities, but on the outskirts of pretty much any city you can find some very special properties. Set on a 12,000 square foot lot in Kingston, Ontario, about two hours from Ottawa, is this charming historic limestone cottage with over 3,770 square feet of beautiful living space. According to Panoramio the home was built in 1874 for William Hutton and is said to be one of the first homes in Barriefield not heated with wood. The house sits on a street filled with equally charming heritage buildings and is literally a stone’s throw away from Lake Ontario. How great is that?
In 2005 the home was stripped to the original stone walls and the interior was completely rebuilt with wood floors throughout, heated tile flooring in the kitchen, custom solid oak cabinetry, and exposed limestone walls. Glass doors overlook the stunning private lush garden complete with waterfall & Koi pond. The property is listed at $1,100,000 CAD with Penny Blake of Re/Max.