Historic three-bedroom two story converted limestone carriage house in Kingston’s most desirable Sydenham Ward neighbourhood. The carriage house was severed from the Machar House at 169 Earl St.
This character home was built new (inside the limestone walls) in 1973 to resemble a British cottage. The home features beamed ceilings, exposed limestone walls, built in period cabinets, deep window sills and a mix of hardwood and wide pine plank floors. Newer indulgences include built in appliances, French doors, 9 skylights, cedar closets, black out shuttered windows, butcher block counter tops, a solarium kitchen extension, fully enclosed and secure courtyard, greenhouse and detached two car garage providing parking for 5 vehicles – almost unheard of in a downtown location!
The traditional layout provides a main floor family room with a brick wood burning fireplace, formal dining room and a large study with built in bookcases, arched limestone wall and 6 windows: a stately room for a home library or office!
Upstairs discover three generous bedrooms all with coved ceilings, skylights, hardwood floors and a large partial ensuite family bathroom with a corner soaker tub.
A one owner home professionally landscaped and located on a quiet street just steps away from Market Square, Queens University, City Park, MacDonald Park and the best restaurants and shopping Kingston has to offer!
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