Oozing with country charm, Bostwick House is an 1840’s Carpenter’s Gothic farmhouse with a cozy atmosphere, yet elegant with all the right touches. The house sits high on a hill, has been lovingly restored, and boasts majestic views.

Located in Ithaca, New York in the town of Enfield, the surroundings are quaint and tranquil, a favorite place for many visitors to “kick back and relax” and return for another visit.

 

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