November 2009 Craftsman Tudor
Location: Syracuse, New York
Status: Still Available
Four years after architect and furniture maker Gustav Stickley opened his famed Craftsman Workshop in Syracuse, architect Wellington Ward came here to be part of Stickley's vision. But Ward took the Craftsman style a step further, incorporating his fondness for English cottages to the 20 houses he designed for some of the city's most affluent residents. And he spared no expense with this 1913 home for Frank Garrett, president of the Syracuse Lithography Company. You can still buy this three-bedroom house—with details that include lavish built-ins, leaded glass windows, tile from Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, and two stunning fireplaces. All that for a price that has been reduced from $55,000 to just $37,500.
Call Zachary Belil at 917-319-4627 for more information.