Set in a rare and highly desirable location above the impressive Niagara River, this Arthur E. Nicholson home was designed for an era of opulence and showcases sensational and unobstructed panoramic views down the river toward Lake Ontario. Built in 1937 of limestone with spacious rooms, high ceilings, original shell alcoves, grand fireplaces with marble mantels and hard wood floors, this timeless beauty is a perfect blend of old and new. A well-equipped kitchen, complete with servery and breakfast room leads to a beautiful all weather double glazed Amdega conservatory. The main level also includes a formal dining room, office and living room open to a sunroom boasting a view across the pool to the river. A grand staircase leads to the luxurious primary suite complete with incredible views, walk-in closet, 4 piece bath and laundry facilities, adjacent den, plus five guest bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The upper level also offers a second backstairs access down to to the kitchen foyer and another up to a huge attic space. The lower level includes a rec room, wine cellar, additional laundry facilities and storage. The landscaped lawns and gardens are surrounded by the spectacular river views and boast a brand new pool, terrace and sitting areas. All the mechanicals have been recently updated and new composite roof shingles installed. It is truly a rare find located on a private cul-de-sac in the historic village of Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake.