Beautiful, home in Cornell Historic District on nearly two, park-like acres with stone patios overlooking woods, stream and small pond and seating areas.
- Three-story home with formal entry and living room ideal for entertaining.
- Main living area is four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. There are two additional living areas: an upper level income apartment; plus a lower level accessory, full-featured living space ideal for relatives or extended stay guests.
- Stunning cabinetry and woodwork throughout.
- Exposed brick interior chimneys.
- Large beautiful windows flood the dwelling with light.
- Year-round Glen and City views.
- Gracious patios and porches, ideal for entertaining or study.
Beautifully renovated with today’s lifestyle taken into account. Completely and meticulously restored, inside and out, and updated by the current owner over the past ten years, including heating systems, electrical, plumbing and repointing of dwelling’s stonework. The level driveway provides a single-car detached garage with lean-to open edge.
- Home established by Professor James G. Needham on the site of some of his most important research and teaching, “The Glen,” in 1907.
- 4900 square feet of living space on three floors, three living areas.
- Two stunning fireplaces.
- Two gracious porches for relaxing and entertaining.
- Property comprises two acres in the City of Ithaca, in Cornell Heights, Historic District.
A rare find at $699,000. Call 203-379-7772
Move in ready, be comfortable and close to campus. Great income/owner-occupied investment property. If this home is in your price range you absolutely must see it!
Excellent potential as income/owner-occupied investment property:
- Upper level 1000 square foot one-bedroom apartment currently rents for $1100, with tenant paying electric.
- Full-featured, one-bedroom guest suite suitable for one or two persons in lower level, currently rents for $800, utilities included in rent.
- Sidewalks provide fast and easy access to Campus and Downtown.
Directions: Discover this impressive historic Tudor, just off Cornell’s campus on the two-acre rolling City lot at the corner of Stewart Avenue and Needham Place, just before Stewart Avenue becomes Cayuga Heights Road. The lot includes The Glen and up the west side of the gorge across the stream and beyond the little trout pond.
Call or Text 203-379-7772. Email RobertLNead@gmail.com.