The Fairfield Estate is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece on 4.5-acre grounds with more than 12,000 square feet of living area that is sure to captivate you, it has received several upgrades and additions during its history. It was built between 1864 & 1875 by Nathaniel Gillett, a local business investor and gentleman farmer, who bread horses, grew hops, and raised vineyards there. In 1900, it was purchased by a New York City native who became a prominent Syracuse attorney, Andrew S. White, whose uncle was first president of Cornell University. The White's maintained a Ritz Carlton residence in Paris and a private residence condo at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. He and his wife, Claire Alcee, a concert signer, filled the house with treasures, art, statues, and hunting trophies. White’s library was personally designed by Gustav Stickley and Theodore Roosevelt was close friends with Andrew White and a frequent guest in the house. The estate is located in Manlius, adjacent to Lyndon Golf Course and across the street from Onondaga Country Club. Only a 15-min drive from Syracuse Hancock International Airport which accommodates private jet charter flights. A 45-min flight from JFK airport.