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$499,000
316 Highland Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13203
Courtesy of Acropolis Realty Group LLC
MLS: NYS
4,322Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$2,676/mo

Make this Historic 2 Family Residence your home or great investment opportunity. Highland House is the second name for the residence located at 316 Highland Ave.Named previously as the DeGuid Residence after its first owner, prominent Syracuse business man Henry Wells Degiuid. In 1906 DeGuid commissioned Architect Albert L Brockway to build a grand house large enough for he and his wife but which could also accomodate returning family members. So Brockway set out to design what would be one of a handful of grand homes built to accomodate 2 families in the Sedgwick Farm tract. In all, Brockway would desgn 22 residences in the City. The most significant of which was designed for William Nottingham a member of one the city’s most prominent families. The Jacobethan revival landmark on an overlook at Walnut Avenue has served as the Chancellors House at Syracuse University since 1901. The hallmarks of Brockway’s greatest work are evident at 316 Highland. These features include the elaborate windows throughout the property, the circular lanai which is now part of the dining room on the first floor, and the massive front porch large enough to accommodate the entire Deguid clan.

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