This area was developed between the early 1940s and 1960s. There are ranch-style single family homes and some apartment complexes, with several plazas nearby. With 14.2 hectares of parkland, it’s a country neighborhood in an urban area, with amenities nearby. Easy access to shopping and services at the Kingston Centre.
Offers a mix of entry-level apartment style condominiums (some with a view of the little Cataraqui Creek), townhouses and detached homes. The first houses were built in the mid-1980s. This conveniently located area has a price for everyone. The Frontenac Mall, schools and bus routes are nearby, as well as a retirement home offering a range of different living styles.
Located east of Frontenac Mall, Arbour Ridge is an oasis of semi-detached and executive homes along little Cateraqui Creek, a green belt area. Initial construction began in the mid-1990s. Residents are close to the Frontenac Mall and many other shops and services in the adjacent shopping plaza on Bath Road. Convenient access to Taylor-Kidd Boulevard and Bath Road via Centennial Drive. An upscale seniors’ residence is located in this area.
Source: Kingston’s Relocation Guide 2016