Price $608,000
Status Active
Beds n/a
Baths 0 Bath
Home size 2,040 sqft
Lot Size 16,118 sqft
Days on Market 20
One of the oldest homes on University Avenue, the Mary B. Wood House was built for and occupied by Ezra Cornell's mother-in-law and is named after her. The house is Second Empire style and was built in 1873. Gross income of this bldg. $65,520.Converted to student housing in the 1980s, this house now has 5 units, legal for 8 unrelated people. 2019 Certificate of Compliance to convey. Landlord's style is to pay utilities, though there are 3 heating systems and future owner could pass on heating costs for 2 of 5 units.3rd heating system heats 3 remaining apts. Landlord provides hot and cold water, some furnishings and all appliances on site; seller to provide inventory of personal property. Tenants in adjacent buildings have rights to use coin-op laundry located at 508 University.
Property Type(s): Multi Family
Last Updated 5/4/2022 Tract University Hill Historic District
Year Built 1873 Community Cornell
County Tompkins

SCHOOLS

School District Ithaca
Elementary School Fall Creek
Jr. High School Boynton

Additional Details

AIR Ceiling Fan
AIR CONDITIONING Yes
APPLIANCES Other - See Remarks
AREA Cornell
BASEMENT Partially Finished, Walkout Ext Access, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Existing
GARAGE None
HEAT Baseboard, Boiler, Forced Air, Furnace, Hot Water, Natural Gas, Separate Meters
LOT 0.3700 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 67X243
PARKING 1-3
SEWER Municipal-Existing
STYLE 5-10 Units
SUBDIVISION University Hill Historic District
VIEW Yes
WATER Municipal-Existing
ZONING R-3A

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