Welcome to Calgary's history! Over 2800 sq ft of living space .This stunning remodeled Queen Anne Revival style home (1911) was constructed from red bricks and sandstone lintels and front veranda with second storey balcony. This house was residence of Calgary's most significant pioneers(George Clift King 1915-1935)who was the first member of the RCMP.It was one of only 5 properties constructed by Alfred Mckay(a prominent pioneer and landowner).The King residence is only one of a small number of houses that represent the economic and development boom in Calgary from 1910-1913. The remodeling was done to preserve the homes historic beauty but gives the comfort of current times. The renovations include custom build kitchen with granite, refinished hardwood floors, new paint and remodelled bathrooms. The professionally landscape from front to back is breathtaking from interlocking bricks,stone walkways,mature trees, cedar fence and deck with iron accents,cedar gazebo and a new oversized single garage!