Historic House Listings

Off market. Now that’s quite a tower! The Miller House, Circa 1888. Almost one acre in New York. $344,900

August 23, 2019

That is quite a tower! The Miller House was built in 1888. It was built for fine clothing merchant, James R. Miller. There are six fireplaces, three grand chandeliers, a beautiful floor to ceiling mirror, and a library. Located on .76 acres in Watertown, New York. There is even a hidden speakeasy in the basement! Wish they had shown that in the pictures. The floors have radiant heating. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,872 square feet. $344,900

From the Zillow listing:


Amazing One of a Kind Historic Brick Home featuring original stained glass, grand staircase with carved railing, double-door vestibule, pier mirror in the front parlor, accessible square cupola above attic, and hidden speakeasy in basement. The formal dining room has original beams, stained-glass and brass chandelier, and full hand carved wood panel walls. Library boasts built-in floor-to-ceiling bookcases. Parlor features original carved pocket doors. Kitchen updates include granite countertops and 2 sinks, gourmet appliances, built-in subzero refrigerator, and radiant in-floor heat. Newer master bath and remodeled 1/2 bath on the second floor. Large fenced yard , oversized deck , 2 story Carriage House and much much more ! Absolutely a beauty – don’t wait, call today for an appt to see !


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