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Sold. The Plumb House, Circa 1838. On twelve acres with a pool in New York. $230,000

August 12, 2019

The Plumb House was built for Joseph Plumb and family. They were the first settlers of Bangor. There is a historic marker in the yard. This home was built in 1838. It is located on 12 acres in North Bangor, New York. The property has an in-ground pool and a couple of outbuildings. The home has a wrap around porch, original hardwood floors, and thick stone walls. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,000 square feet. $230,000

From the Zillow listing:


This historic home has it ALL! Five bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, an in-ground pool, twelve acres, fireplaces, a large wrap-around porch, and more! Built by the Plumbs, Bangor’s pioneer family, this home has not only stood the test time, it just keeps getting better! Recent upgrades include a new roof, a retrofitted kitchen wood-stove encased in the original fireplace, and a new bedroom upstairs. With seven heating zones the home is easy to heat to your taste, and with thick stone walls and mature sugar maple trees surrounding the home you’ll be comfortably cool in the summer months. The property currently functions as a hobby farm, but the possibilities are nearly endless! You’ll want to see this one in person–schedule your private showing today!


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