The Meadows Estate provides a distinctive multi-faceted lifestyle...a village home a private country estate. Walk through the gate at the property's edge for pedestrian access to schools, shops, restaurants, cultural resources and Cazenovia Lake....
The Meadows Estate provides a distinctive multi-faceted lifestyle...a village home a private country estate. Walk through the gate at the property's edge for pedestrian access to schools, shops, restaurants, cultural resources and Cazenovia Lake. Yet upon return, one leaves the hustle and bustle of the village behind and can disappear into the calm quiet and natural beauty of the Central New York countryside.The home was built in 1824 by Jonathan Denise Ledyard, who was the brother-in-law of John Lincklaen, the founder of Cazenovia. Mr. Ledyard was known to exercise a generous and graceful hospitality. It was said that his mansion was not a day without a fire on its hearth or a hospitable host to welcome a neighbor or a passing traveler within its doors. The property exudes this same sense of warmth and comfort today.The Meadows has a vast diversity of natural beauty. The owners enjoy the two acre formal perennial garden, the ornamental apple orchard, the massive shade garden and adjacent sheep pasture, the sweeping lawns to the north and west of the home, and the wide array of mature hardwood and evergreen trees.The Meadows enjoys direct access to both Cazenovia Lake and Chittenango Creek. The antique boathouse at the northern edge of the property offers room enough for a Sunfish sailboat, four kayaks, a 2-person canoe and a standup paddle board. Heading west out of the boathouse, a short paddle past Lakeland Park leads directly into Cazenovia Lake. Turning east from the boathouse, one can explore several miles of Chittenango Creek. At the southern edge of the property, a winding stone staircase descends to a lovely sitting area along the banks of the creek for swimming and fishing. In total, The Meadows boasts nearly 1/2 mile of creek frontage along its northern, eastern, and southern border.Highlights: 29 acres, 7BR/9BA, 10 fireplaces, 2600' on Chittenango Creek with access to Cazenovia Lake, barn with horse stalls, exquisite gardens majestic trees, grand rooms with spectacular architectural details gourmet kitchen. The Meadows is both an urban mansion a country estate. A rare opportunity for a historic home that is move-in ready.
Granero / Establo
Suelo de moqueta
Mesadas de granito
Instalaciones para Caballos
Isla de cocina
Pisos de madera noble
Zona Hípica / Establos
Aire Acondicionado Central, Solar
Garaje - Independiente, Garage para 4 Autos, Garage para 5+ Autos
Carriles-bici, Río, Vista panorámica, Aceras, En la Costa, Vista del rio, Entrada, Ciudad / Calle Ciudad
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