14 Sydenham Street

  • $ 2,200,000
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 3
  • Sq Ft: 2328

Designed by architect John Power, McIntosh Castle was built for Scottish ship owner Donald McIntosh in 1852 – who promised his family a ‘castle with a view of Lake Ontario’ to entice them to move from Scotland. The Gothic Revival style, built with beautiful local stone, enjoys expansive principal rooms, large French windows, 4 elegant fireplaces, gleaming hardwood & high ceilings throughout. The lovely, finished, walk out lower level with large windows, provides added living space or in-law suite potential with an inviting family room, large bedroom, 3 pc bath and kitchen/dining space. Enjoying over 3500 sq ft of living space on 3 levels, this home offers intriguing spaces (no rooms are square), 2 turrets and an octagonal central “look-out” tower. With stunning views of City Park and the County Courthouse, McIntosh Castle is unique to Kingston but blends in beautifully in the Sydenham Ward Heritage District. Walking distance to downtown, the waterfront, Queen’s University and hospitals, this whimsical and stately home is now being offered for the first time in half a century!

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Address:14 Sydenham Street
Zip Code:K7L 3G9
Year Built:1852
Square Feet:2328
Half Bathrooms:1
Garage:Yes, Detached

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