Tucked into the valley below Sir Issac Brock’s Monument, the Bench of St. Davids, the Niagara Escarpment and bordering the grand Niagara River lays the quaint and picturesque Village of Queenston. In this part of Niagara-on-the-Lake, life is slow and unassuming, a tonic to today’s hustle and bustle. The locals have been very careful to preserve the history and pace of life by artfully selecting any kind of development. You will find a mix of Historic Homes dating back to the days of Laura Secord and the War of 1812, spectacular private estates overlooking the Niagara River, modest homes built from the 1950’s, and a few new builds. Rarely do homes become available and when they do, they are quickly swooped up. Car Travel time to Old Town is approx 12 min. By Bike, 30 min.