Life at King Street Flats offers more than a place to lay your head. Our building is welcoming and our fully furnished rooms are thoughtfully curated by KB Interiors.
Everything you need and nothing you don't
- Fully Furnished Rooms – Thanks to the help of our designer friends at KB Interiors – this saves you thousands in furnishing and moving costs – at KSF we do the heavy lifting so you can get to more important things.
- TV info – all units have a 43″ Smart TV with 4K UHD HDR Technology
- High-Speed Internet – The best/fastest Fibre Optic internet in each flat with symmetrical bandwidth great for gaming, streaming, and working in the cloud.
- Nightly Trash Valet Sunday through Thursday
- At your fingertips – your own thermostat to control your heating and air.
- Washer/Dryer Combo – One machine does it all! When your wash cycle finishes it automatically changes modes and dries without you doing a thing.
- Sound Deadening in the walls, floors, and corridors – we like our neighbors, but don’t want to hear everything.
- GE Efficient Appliances and advanced Pella windows – because we all want to do our part for mother earth.
- Amazon HUB Package Lockers and USPO mailboxes.
- 51 available parking spaces for rent – Boone transit is free and easy, but if you want it we have it.
- Elevator service to all floors
KSF is an authentic blend of old and new. One of the visions of the “Boone 2030” land use master plan adopted in 2009 was to encourage a vibrant downtown and University surrounded by strong neighborhoods with successful and beautiful commerical corridors with easy access to the University campus.
King Street Flats realizes this vision with an attractive mixed use commercial and residential building on West King Street and a pair of townhouses on Wallace Circle adjoining one of Boone’s best neighborhoods.
KSF is built on the site of the former Hospitality House homeless shelter on West King Street in Downtown Boone. The dilapidated buildings were abandoned in 2011 when the shelter was relocated to its new facility off Bamboo Road.
Carrying forward the history of the property the rock from the house and retaining walls was re-purposed and given new life in the main entrance of the building. A tree survey conducted by the Town of Boone revealed no trees of historic value, many of which were aged white pines harvested for local timber products.