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Halsey House Bed and Breakfast

The Halsey House Bed & Breakfast enjoys a reputation of gracious hospitality in the midst of a true upstate New York Finger Lakes Region classic historic Inn experience. The grand Federal-style mansion, built in 1829 and on the National Historic Register, has a stately presence on attractively landscaped grounds.

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Eliot DaltonEliot Dalton, Affiliate of The B&B Team®, Specializes in New York Bed and Breakfasts for Sale

Eliot Dalton specializes in helping buyers and sellers of bed and breakfasts and inns in New York. Eliot is an associate at Inn and Vineyard Brokers of New York in Geneva, NY. As a former owner of a full service New York state inn, Eliot brings years of experience and expert knowledge to clients. Contact Eliot Dalton by phone at 610-717-8083 or by email to discuss your search for the perfect New York inn for sale.


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Halsey House Bed and Breakfast

Profitable 5 room B&B near Ithaca
  • Rooms: 5
  • Property Type: Bed & Breakfast
  • Business Type: Financially Viable
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