This historic settlement high above the Cataraqui River dates back to 1815 and was designated a Heritage Conservation District in 1979. A limited development of upscale homes mixes with heritage, limestone buildings. Berriefield Rock Gardens and walking paths in the village offer outdoor recreation.
Buyers have a wide range of choices in this family-oriented development, just minutes from Kingston’s downtown. This community is still growing and offers single family homes, both two-storey and bungalow. Construction started in the 1990s.
Grenadier Village, Point St. Mark, Woods Landing
These newer developments flank older farmhouses and upscale country homes along HWY. 15. Expansive executive homes sit overlooking the east bank of the Cataraqui River. More recent construction gives the area a pleasant mix of old and new, with controlled commercial development in a business park.
Baxter North is Kingston’s newest exclusive subdivision. This subdivision has more to offer than just an ideal location, it has stunning views and vistas of the Cataraqui River & Conservation area. Just minutes from both Kingston’s downtown core and CFB Kingston, Baxter North is a natural sanctuary attractively settled on the edge of this historic city.
An elegant condo community in Kingston’s east end. A very large part of Barrett You’ll find the best of Kingston all just moments away. The area is within walking distance of a convenience store, grocery stores, churches, school, library, restaurants, a bus stop and a golf and curling club.
Source: Kingston’s Relocation Guide 2016