Tour of Homes, Part Two

June 6th, 2016

Just as the definition of “home” varies from person to person, ways to that “home” differ as well. This year’s theme is All Roads Lead Home.  The homes and properties shown today are each unique but they all share one thing in common –  each have paths that lead someone home.

On Saturday, June 11 from 10 am to 4 pm the following homes and properties will be on view:

#6 Weaver Rentral 1

#6 Weaver Rentral 1

  • Weaver View Farms, 386 State Route 14: This 13-room house sits on a 80-acre Mennonite farm and features a country porch and a recently rebuilt kitchen with beautiful wood cabinetry, floors and paneling.
  • 1166 Earls Hill Road: Built in 2010, this eco-friendly home was constructed from Logix insulated concrete forms and uses a geothermal heating and cooling system. The interior features a custom kitchen and great room with a 180-degree view of Seneca Lake
  • 1136 Earls Hill Road: More spectacular views of Seneca Lake will be found on this property. A 1997 ranch with hardwood floors, the house is stocked with antique furniture, an old safe and collections of vintage toys and milk containers.
  • 1107 Earls Hill Road: This 12-acre property includes an 8-acre vineyard as well as the 2000-built house. The house has a wraparound porch with views of the vineyards and the lake. The interior boasts vaulted ceilings, a catwalk and floorings of both cork and exotic hardwood.Colored photography of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 149 Genesee Stree
  • 100 Old State Road: Built in the 1850s by Jephtha Earl, this cobblestone house is on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of only nine surviving cobblestone buildings in Yates County. The four-bedroom, three-bath home has a recently remodeled kitchen, three working fireplaces, three porches and splendid views of Seneca Lake.
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 149 Genesee Street: Organized in 1867 and constructed in 1870 as a memorial to missionary Bishop William Heathcoate Delancy, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2017. The church was designed by well-known architect Richard Upjohn and features several original stained glass windows, one of which was designed by Tiffany.


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