Located one block from William Seward's house in beautiful Auburn, NY, this lovely house is just 2 miles from Emerson Park on Owasco Lake and walking distance from Prison City Pub and Brewery, one of Paste Magazine's top 10 brewpubs in the country. You'll also have your choice of live music venues and a variety of restaurants within an easy stroll from the house. There's plenty for the history buff to see in Auburn. Stop in at Willard Chapel, the only complete Tiffany designed chapel still in existence. Take a walk through Ted Case's laboratory to see where the technology for sound on film ("talking pictures") was developed.
It's a short drive to the Finger Lakes wineries, picturesque little towns like Skaneateles and Aurora, and Seneca Falls, the home of the Women's Rights movement and the Women's National Hall of Fame. In the summer, you'll find kayak and paddleboard rentals at Emerson Park, as well as the Merry-go-round Theater, boasting some of the best live shows you'll see outside of New York City.
The house has parking for 3 cars onsite and street parking for any additional vehicles. Comfy queen beds await upstairs or relax downstairs in either of the two living rooms. When the weather is nice, you can sip a glass of wine on the front porch swing or dine outside on the back deck. The dining room table can expand to accommodate 10. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to cook your meals. Wegman's is just a block away for any foodstuff you might have forgotten.