Syracuse, NY. Scottholm Gates. Photos: Samuel Gruber 2012
Scottholm Walking Tour, Sunday October 21st, 1-3 pm
Join me on a free walking tour of the Scottholm Neighborhood:
Sunday, October 21 (rain date October 29), 1 pm
Tour begins and ends at East Genesee Street and Scottholm Boulevard
Sponsored by the Westcott East Neighborhood Association (WENA) with financial support from the University Neighborhood Service Agreement Advisory Committee (UNSAAC)
For more info contact WENA at http://www.wenanation.org/ or 440-9341
Much of this neighborhood was documented by Cornell historic preservation students in 2010. Read more here. I've also recently wrote about architect Howard Yates, who worked in the area.
Syracuse, NY. Ward Wellington Ward designed houses on Scottholm Terrace. Photos: Samuel Gruber 2012
Scottholm is one of Syracuse's most beautiful neighborhoods. Laid out as a garden suburb and built between 1915 and about 1930 (with some later post-WWII additions including the landmark modern Skoler house) the landscaped streets lined with attractive 1920s houses - including Arts & Crafts, Tudor Revival and mission Style houses - are especially pretty this time of year. Join me on this free tour!
Syracuse, NY. Spanish and Tudor style houses on Scottholm Blvd. Photos: Samuel Gruber 2012
If you have information about houses in the area - let me know. Many of these houses have only through a few owners and descendants of the first owners have not moved far.