The opportunity to acquire 181 King Street, Guelph presents a number of distinct possibilities including for a multi-generational family residence with separate units, or a reconfiguration of the three separate units to allow for a contiguous use, or of course to enjoy the property as presented with your own private luxury residence, plus two separate units with income. There is an overwhelming presence of uniqueness that has been brilliantly crafted through the main living quarters of 181 King Street within Guelph?s General Hospital neighborhood. Through a lifetime dedicated to the fine arts, education, and travel and culture, ones experience and demand for finer qualities could only envision this space and bring that vision forward. Recently, the primary residence was remodeled to the high standard that you see throughout. This exemplary design was overseen by a renowned Canadian designer with a vision for the space to create scale and elegance and to pair the areas historical value and the original 1885 home. This home has become a gallery, a library, a place for finer furniture pieces, and things that truly create comfort and luxury. The dining area was selected to overlook the garden and is a place for wonderful conversation under the ornate chandelier. And the owner and designers were very conscious of this space for the enjoyment of dining and entertaining. A focal point of the room is the elegance of the winding staircase and is a very important element. The dimension of the staircase allows for a very comfortable transition from the main level to the upper where we have a balcony with library to sit, relax, and read. The Master bedroom, open to below, presents a balcony feeling with the proper angles allowing for a King-sized bed. The main bath again features elegance with heated floors and heated towel rack and a rough-in for dedicated in-suite laundry. The kitchen, main floor washroom, and great room all have heated flooring to enjoy.
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