202 Summit Ave,
East Syracuse, New York, 13207
his majestic Georgian Revival Mansion was built in 1903 for Frank Sargent and his family, followed in ownership by Stewart F Hancock. Step into history and enjoy the grandeur of another era. 4 fireplaces, The grand staircase includes a musician balcony/sitting area/mezzanine, magnificent woodwork and stained glass windows. Detached 4 car garage is 2 cars wide, 2 cars deep. The dining room is the same size as the living room (both with fireplaces) and has a built in oak sideboard. A large butlers pantry connects the dining room to a big eat-in kitchen which opens to both a back enclosed porch and a morning room/breakfast room. House built as an 8 bedroom house; 5th bedroom on 2nd floor now set up as a large laundry room, and also opens to large 2nd floor porch.