Recently renovated 19th century heritage building. Located on lakefront property just outside of downtown Kingston in isolated, gated community. Serviceabley houses 564, and comes complete with en-suite washrooms and primitive cave style wall art crafted by original residents. Industrial style interior with inescapable architectural influences of Haviland and Shultz. Over sized kitchen and dining hall equipped to serve and contain even the most riotous of dinner parties. Expansive yard comes complete with personal gym. Fully trained staff of 465 for day to day operations included. Laundry on site. Secure building.
Once you move in you'll never leave!
Asking price : $120 million or best offer.
Please contact Vic at Toews.V@parl.gc.ca
|It Could Be Yours!|
Minister of Public Safety and amateur witch hunter Vic Toews got tough on crime today, shutting down Canada's most notorious supermax security prison, Kingston Penitentiary. The Prison, famous for being home to Paul Bernardo, Clifford Olson and Wayne Boden, is the victim of cuts to Correctional Service Canada and is expected to save Canadians $120 million annually. Toews said that the prisons cuts are coming in part because the increase in inmates expected after the passage of tougher crime legislation has failed to materialise. Surprising no one. After all, these are the people who believed in a sharp increase in unreported crime warranted the building of billion dollar super prisons.
No one seems to be sure about what is going to happen to some of Canada's most dangerous inmates. But rest assured, discussions about "alternative housing/incarceration" arrangements are happening. So, there's that.
In the mean time, can we change Kingston's name to "Queen's" yet?