Ancestral home of distinction, it is an example of the Neo-Queen Anne style of architecture, located on a peaceful piece of land, bounded by a salmon river. The oversized land consists of several buildings such as stables, a car shed and a guest house, all furnished and restored on a lot of 22 acres. In 1903, Sidney King built his family estate on this exceptional site bordering a historic salmon river. The King House is a beautiful example of neo-Queen Anne architecture with gabled roofs, gothic windows and open veranda on 3 sides. This prestigious property includes a recently renovated residence with 8 bedrooms on 3 floors, fully equipped guesthouse, garage, stables and carriage house on 23 acres of woods and walking paths. A private retreat with all the amenities of the city, plus an 18 hole golf course and ski hill within walking distance.