Formally known as “The Halsey House Bed & Breakfast”, this grand Federal Mansion style home is located on the outskirts of the town of Trumansburg.
It was built in 1829 by Nicholl Halsey, the first settler and founder of Halseyville.
The layout provides the perfect entrepreneurial opportunity to reopen as a B&B. Multiple entry points allow coming and going a breeze.
The formal front foyer displays a solid 3-story staircase that boasts impeccable old world craftsmanship and delicately inlaid decoration.
The parlor features a gas fireplace with marble surround and pocket doors that separates it from the formal dining room.
The formal dining room includes an identical gas fireplace and chandelier with ceiling medallion that illuminates above.
The high ceilings, wide plank floors, solid wood doors, and period wall sconces can be appreciated throughout.
Conveniently off the dining room – a spacious chefs kitchen with concrete counters, center island, Viking stove, subzero fridge, large pantry, and access to the back porch.
The sun-filled library/billiard and front card room with fireplace and built-in bookcases offer common areas for guests to gather or relax.
Main level guest room features a gas fireplace and private spa-like bath with whirlpool tub and tiled shower.
The upper-level features three additional bedrooms with private baths.
The owner’s quarters are accessible from the main and upper-level. It offers a comfortable living room with exposed beams, spacious bedroom with cathedral ceiling and a built-in wardrobe, and a full bath.
Mature trees, attractive landscaping, light post lit front, paver patio, lily pad pond with waterfall and detached 3-bay garage provides a tranquil, stately setting.
Located just minutes from Taughannock Falls State Park.
Solid landmark home listed on the National Historic Register.
Zoned as residential with commercial use.
Listed below appraised value.
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