Included in one parcel, this historic home and church are in need of a buyer with a vision for the future and passion for the past. Located in the heart of Syracuse, the William J. Gillett House and Trinity Episcopal Church are on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1877, the home includes rich architectural details, with tiled mansard roof, iron cresting and intricate trim work. Trinity Church boasts stately buttresses, Gothic windows and custom stained glass. Commercial revitalization of the properties would potentially be eligible for Federal & NYS rehabilitation tax credits.