Welcome to the Kingston office of Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty. Royal LePage has been in the Kingston area for many years, making it a leader in experience
and knowledge of the local marketplace. Our well-trained, professional sales team and support staff offer friendly, informed service to meet all your needs from buying
your first home to finding the right dream bungalow with a view of the lake in which to retire. We've chosen to live here ourselves and we know all that the area has
We'll take the time to sit down and discuss exactly what you're looking for - and be available by a pager 24-7 to help you find just what you're after. We offer
convenience, service and a reputation for success. Please stop by our two offices : Downtown at 80 Queen St. and at our west end location at 790 Blackburn Mews or stop
by our information and listing kiosk in the Cataraqui Centre for your convenience.
Our commercial sales representatives are specialists in industrial commercial investment properties, committed to exceeding your expectations.
We're more than just numbers and buying and selling. We also believe in supporting our community and getting involved as responsible corporate citizens.
Kingston is a great place to live. At Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty, we support what it has to offer and we want to make you feel right at home.
The City of Kingston is renowned as the fresh-water sailing capital of North America and prides itself in being a major port for scenic entertainment cruises of the
breathtaking Thousand Islands. Culture and the arts abound, along with fabulous shopping, dining and outdoor recreational experiences. From dawn until dusk and beyond,
you'll be amazed at what Kingston has to offer.
One hundred and fifty years since its founding Kingston is still home to renowned authors, actors, musicians, academics, scientists, business people and politicians.
Kingston's many faces are best sought out on foot and visitors can walk almost anywhere, safely. The City is meant for long meandering walks.
Kingston has been shaped by a powerful sense of geography. The City was built at a watery cross roads, where the southernmost end of the Rideau Canal meets Lake Ontario
at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River and the western gateway to the Thousand Islands. The City's strategic location provided prosperity through shipbuilding and national
defense during the 1800s. Kingston was the first capital of the united Upper and Lower Canadas before the National Seat of Government was moved to Ottawa in the 1840s.
Visit the Kingston, Ontario, Canada web site for more information.