Between Lake Ontario and Front Road, 1950s bungalows and two-storey homes on Point Pleasant and Lakeland Point mingle with 1980s waterfront houses along Lakeshore Boulevard and Wartman Avenue. This quiet neighbourhood has many waterfront parks, Centre 70 skating arena and the Royal Canadian Curling Club nearby. The Reddendale Plaza offers retail services, and a medical centre and retirement complex are close at hand. Public and separate elementary schools are within walking distance; convenient to downtown and west-end shopping.
Originally built in the early 1950s to 1970s, many homes here have been recently upgraded. Smaller, single-family homes and two-storey homes are within walking distance to secondary and elementary schools, convenient to west-end shopping, soccer and baseball parks, a community outdoor swimming pool and child-care centers.
Adjacent to Lemoine Point Conservation Area, West Park offers an enclave of single-family, semi-detached and detached homes. Townhomes, luxury and custom-built homes back onto the conservation area. Grocery shopping, a retirement residence and a pharmacy are situated nearby.
Source: Kingston’s Relocation Guide 2016