1930 Colonial Revival – Syracuse, NY – $314,900

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Added to OHD on 3/12/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/6/19   -   9 Comments
307 Sedgwick Dr, Syracuse, NY 13203

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  • $314,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 4.5 Bath
  • 2886 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
Beautifully maintained Center Hall Colonial in heart of Syracuse's Sedgwick Farm. Home offers 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and is impeccably cared for. Fully remodeled kitchen with Corian countertops, under-mount & above cabinet lighting, cherry cabinets, pantry & built in wine cooler. Cozy Sun Room with slate floor & custom blinds. Hardwoods on 1st floor refinished. Enjoy gas fireplace in spacious living room with original woodwork, which is also throughout the home. Spacious dining room for entertaining. Lovely master suite on 2nd floor, spacious closets. 2nd kitchen & laundry in basement. Enjoy picturesque neighborhood for walking & incredibly convenient to downtown. Perennial gardens, mature landscape. Fully fenced back yard. 2 car garage. Sprinkler system in front yard. A must see!
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Karen Deming, Berkshire Hathaway CNY Realty
(315) 218-7171
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9 Comments on 1930 Colonial Revival – Syracuse, NY – $314,900

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  1. AvatarDenise Lynn says: 239 comments

    This house reminds me so much of “the one that got away.” We almost got a similar 1919 (foreclosure) home that could have been fixed to be as pretty as this one. When it fell through, I was heartbroken. I drove by once a few years afterwards to find that new owners put on a standard roof and glass block on the downstairs powder room window. I haven’t driven down that street since. I hope the new owners of this home respect its many lovely features.

  2. AvatarJulieanne says: 33 comments

    Gorgeous! Everything is beautifully decorated!

  3. Avatardkzody says: 279 comments

    I am so pleased to see that when remodeled, they did not put an island in the middle of the kitchen. I had never thought about an island until I helped a friend with a large party and found that the huge island in her remodeled kitchen got in the way of doing the hard work of serving the guests. The kitchen in this house looks as though it would be easy to work in.

    • Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1882 comments
      1920 Colonial Revival
      Upstate/Central NY, NY

      From lkg at this kitchen, I doubt they had room to put even a small island in it, and if they even considered one, jettisoned the idea. I can understand the island deal though for people who chose to have one – provided there’s room for a small to medium one (not one of those huge ones that would take forever just to walk around it!). Extra counter space, plus extra storage below.

  4. AvatarKathryn Bell says: 57 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I’ve always wondered about this long-standing fad of islands in the kitchen and I see your point. This house is meticulously planned out and the rooms are all utilized with no wasted space. Looks like MIL quarters or a rental on the 3rd floor. The bathroom redoes are pleasing and not out of place. I love that bank of windows. A truly satisfying family home.

  5. AvatarClay says: 56 comments

    I can’t understand why the newer kitchen cabinets aren’t a darker finish to match the original woodwork. That could be remedied, of course, but it would be a shame to stain natural cherry.

  6. AmerikiwiAmerikiwi says: 198 comments

    I love how the way they decorated does not detract from all of the original features – in fact, it enhances them.

  7. AvatarGeorgia Girl says: 58 comments

    The tile bathrooms!L-O-V-E!

  8. AvatarKarenZ says: 976 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I love this home just the way it is! There is even a quilting space that I would use as a studio. Really love this one!


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