Quintessential Cayuga Heights. 1922 stone tudor tiny castle--or rather large stone cottage (with a gorgeous slate roof), depending on your perspective. Why would you want to live here? A few thoughts from the current owners, who wish they could take their home with them. This quiet, beautiful property is both architecturally interesting and surprising. The unique touches--the curved plaster inset windows in the LR, the inset windows flanking the LR wood fireplace, and the Gothic inset windows in the LR and sunroom, a room you will never want to leave. Both romantic and functional and filled with light. Large formal LR. Large primary bedroom with walk-in closet. Travertine tile walls in upstairs bath. A sweet kitchen opens into the formal DR. 634 Highland is a beautifully and thoughtfully appointed home. The quality of the craftmanship from attic to lower level is spectacular. They just don't build them like this anymore.