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468 West Gray Street
This home was built for Eliza Suffern in 1869, and she resided there until 1876. In 1878, the home was foreclosed on and sold at in a public auction. Owners and occupants have included: H. Belson Sly, general insurance of 126 E. Water Street; Charles Phillips, manager of Elmira Rolling Mill Co. in Elmira Heights; Charles Swan Jr., of Swan & Sons Fire Insurance and Real Estate; William Turnbull, lawyer; Leonard Clinton, treasurer for Barker, Rose and Clinton; Max Kenner, proprietor of Amusement Novelty Supply Co; and Clark Craine, commercial artist.
We purchased this corner Queen Anne in 2011 fully renovating its three units, as well as an attached two-car garage. The first floor unit features a spacious front porch, massive living room with two bay windows and stained glass transoms, two spacious bedrooms, a dining room with inlaid wood flooring, butler's pantry and brand new kitchen. The second floor consists of one studio apartment, and a large 3-bedroom with a private terrace. Other features of this lovely home include its hardwood flooring, brand new kitchens and bathrooms, high ceilings, and it's attached two-car garage, which is incredibly rare for the area. Additional amenities and utilities at this building include, water, sewer, and trash collection.
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