Michael Gaulin ¦ Hunt Real Estate ERA ¦ 315-682-7197
About This 1903 Historic House For Sale In Syracuse New York
Constructed in 1903, this home was designed by Archimedes Russell, a renowned architect and architecture professor at Syracuse University. It served as the family residence of Willard Charles Lipe, the multi talented Syracuse pioneer, who was credited with inventing a motion picture machine and forming the Rollway Bearing Company. A sweeping portico leads to a grand foyer and graceful staircase that whispers stories of a bygone era. The stunning details include oak columns, mahogany coffered ceilings and magnificent stained and leaded glass.
The mansion boasts a collection of beautiful rooms, each with its own unique character, including a library and family or music room. The carriage house, which was also fully renovated, can serve as guest or in-law quarters with a full kitchen, family room, marble-trimmed bathroom and Jacuzzi tub, and bedroom. Do not miss this opportunity to make one of Syracuse’s historic beauties your next home.
Photography Credit: Gaulin Team ¦ Hunt Real Estate ERA