Historic House Listings

Sold. Good price! 22 acres in New York. Circa 1864. $549,000

June 23, 2019

This seems like a good price! This home was built in 1864. It is located on 22 acres in Trumansburg, New York. The property has a pond, woods, fields, and Trumansburg Creek. The home even has an original bell that was used to call farmhands in. The renovations were designed by a Cornell Professor of Architecture. Updated electric, plumbing and furnace. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,189 square feet. $549,000

From the Zillow listing:


Glorious 4189 SF home on 22 acres of lawn, Koi fish pond, field & woods w/ Trumansburg Creek. All renovations designed by Cornell professor of architecture. Original mellow pink brick w/ portico, 2-story Ionic columns on 2 facades w/ original bell to call farmhands. Newer kitchen w/ spiral stairs to studio. Vermont castings coal stove. Family rm w/ fireplace, 1st fl. bedrm, full bath/laundry. Master bath w/ copper tub, shower. Claw foot tub 2nd bath. 80′ x 8′ glass gallery/office/greenhouse w/ access to deck. New 3 car garage w/ spacious 2nd fl. Updated electrical, plumbing, & furnace.

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