Starkey House is located in the heart of Finger Lakes wine country along Seneca Lake. It is a genuine Mission-Revival-style home, built in 1922. The current owner, Cathy Moskal, has been lovingly restoring the home for the last 14 years.
If you stay during the warmer months, you will spend most of your time our on the beautiful wrap-around porches, where breakfast is served al fresco, enjoying the view, and soaking in the quiet of the country. You may see a horse and buggy pass right by, and wonder what century you are in, as the area has a large Amish and Mennonite community.
Within a short drive you can enjoy many wineries: The closest being Fruit Yard, Hickory Hollow, Glenora Starkey’s Lookout, Magnus Ridge and Fulkerson. There are a total of 18 wineries on the west side of Seneca Lake alone!
This would also be a paradise for a landscape painter, a writer looking for inspiration or a couple (like us) wanting to forget about work for a weekend, looking for a slice of unique adventure in the heart of the Finger Lakes.
Within a short drive of the Starkey House we could enjoy The Corning Museum of Glass, hiking Watkins Glen State Park, biking on the Catherine Valley Trail, kayaking on Keuka Lake, and dinner at the Union Block Café in Hammondsport.More
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