1113 Prince St., Lansdowne
Truly a rare find! This turn of the century architectural gem is nestled in the Eastern Ontario community of Lansdowne. The village, originally named after the Marquis of Landsdowne and Prime Minister of Great Britain, was an instrumental component of the Grand Trunk Railway and early stage coach life from Montreal to Toronto. This fine building is host to a long list of improvements and the full refurbishing of the 2000 sq ft 4 bedroom flat on the second level. The main level would make an exceptional art gallery, restaurant, or watering hole for this thriving township that is the gateway to world renowned 1000 Islands Resort area as well as the unparalleled, iconic and almost prehistoric Charleston lake. Tour this impressive gallery and note the details with our specific floor plans. Life is way too short not to do what you always dreamed of!