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Syracuse New York 13210 United States of America

Listing # 132180

Rates From USD 2000 Monthly
Academic Pending
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Last Updated: Monday, May 6, 2019

4BR, 2.5 BA, Westcott home, walking distance to SU Campus

Located in the vibrant Westcott neighborhood, and walking distance to both Syracuse University and LeMoyne College, this 2700 sq. ft. fully- furnished 4BR, 2.5 BA 1902 home provides a comfortable base for living in Syracuse with easy access to the Finger Lakes and the Adirondacks. It is within a 5-hour drive to multiple major centers (NYC, Boston, Philly, Toronto, Ottawa), and a 2-minute walk around the corner to shops and restaurants. Home includes central AC, back deck, BBQ, and large porch and many other amenities.


Number of Bedrooms
Number of Bathrooms
Number of Offices
Surface Size
2700 Sq. Feet
Suited for
6 people
Property Type


Available from Monday, July 1, 2019 until Friday, July 31, 2020
Minimum Stay
6 month(s)
Flexible With Dates
Comments on Dates
Ideally looking for full year rental, but flexible
*Approximate location of the property is within the blue radius. Red markers indicate surrounding points of interest including schools, universities, libraries and museums.

City Syracuse
Postal Code - State or Province 13210 NY
Country United States of America
Neighborhood Keywords Westcott, University neighborhood
Closest University Syracuse University
University nearby Le Moyne College, Onondaga Community College

Rental Price:

USD 2000 Monthly

Rent Negotiable
Utilities Included
Cleaning Services Included


  • Near Shops
  • Walk To Campus
  • Near Restaurants
  • Sub Urban Environment
  • Near Public Transports

Additional Information:

  • Furnished
  • Off Campus
  • Historical Home


  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Network
  • Printer
  • Stairs
  • Reserved Parking
  • TV
  • Balcony or Patio
  • Garden
  • Other:


Kid Friendly
Small Children Safe
Smoke Free
Pets Welcome
Car Available

Perform Housesitting Duties?:


About Member

Academic Pending Confirmation Academic Faculty or Staff (Universities, Research Institutes, and Museums)
(Status Pending)
(0) Paid Made-a-Match Fee(s)
Member Since Apr 7 2019
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About Me
Emily Stokes-Rees, associate professor of museum studies, is a material anthropologist whose research centers on evolving ideas around cultural citizenship and representation in postcolonial Asia. After receiving a doctorate from Oxford University in 2007, she spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at Brown University, where she spent much of her time hidden away in the collections of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. From 2012-2014, she was based at Harvard as an academic dean at Cabot House (go codlings!) and lecturer in the anthropology department. Some of the courses Stokes-Rees has recently taught are Anthropology in/of the Museum, The Material as Culture: Objects, Meaning and the Self, and a first-year seminar on visual representation. This coming year, she is teaching an introduction to museums, cultural heritage preservation, museum development, and a course on interpretation in history museums. Stokes-Rees’ recent publications include Making Sense of a Melange: Representing Cultural Citizenship in Singapore’s Asian Civilizations Museum (Museum Anthropology, 2013); “Getting everyone to think with things: New approaches to teaching and learning in the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University” in Stefanie Jandl and Mark Gold, eds. Academic Museums: Beyond Exhibitions and Education (with Steven Lubar, 2012); and “Recounting History: Constructing a National Narrative in the Hong Kong Museum of History” (National Museums: New Studies from Around the World, 2011). She also has worked on a wide variety of museum projects and exhibitions in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia. Outside of academic life, Stokes-Rees enjoys the outdoors and loves living so close to hiking, camping, and skiing in the Adirondacks. In between working on the countless projects that come with a 112-year-old house, she is an amateur cellist and is currently searching for a decent rowing club in the Syracuse area. She can also frequently be seen running up and down the aisles of Wegmans and Trader Joe’s in the brief moments while her daughters are at gymnastics or lacrosse, so please stop and say hello!

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