Historic House Listings

On 50 acres in New York! Circa 1900. $349,500

February 10, 2022

I love those double front doors! Very peaceful setting for this home! The house was built in 1900. It is located on 50 acres in Hartwick, New York. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, wainscoting, wide baseboards, solid wood doors and a claw foot tub. There is a pole barn, detached garage and a small stream on the property. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,110 square feet. $349,500

Contact Hillary Bass LaDuke with John Mitchell Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:


Perched high on a hill at the end of a private drive and framed by two mature Maple trees, this 3 bed, 2 bath, fully restored 1900 Farmhouse could be your dream come true. With its valley views, modified Dutch Gable porch roof, 9-foot ceilings, and eat-in country kitchen (complete with old style farmhouse sink, antique stove and built ins) this stunner of a home has been lovingly restored by its current owner and is poised and ready for YOUR dreams to begin.New roof(s), electric, plumbing, insulation, sheetrock, vinyl siding and windows; as well as new septic, fully redone, DRY basement with commercial grade dehumidifier, new sump pump and heater (to combat frigid winter temps). New foundation, 150 amp electric, OEC internet. With two wells on 50 acres of land, a large metal pole barn w/feeder system, a detached 2-car garage with overhead storage, as well as another small barn, this property could easily once again be a working gentlemen’s farm, hobby farm or a family homestead. NEW FURNACE summer 2021.Lovingly restored woodwork throughout, unique 2nd floor gallery, two interior staircases, a working fireplace, exposed beam work in the living area. Stunning views can be had from the dining and living rooms to the front bedrooms, and even from the upper tracts of land. Enjoy hiking or walking on your own private piece of mother earth. Hunt for Deer, turkey, and other fowl. Small stream on the property would work well for the addition of a pond on an upper parcel.The large, flat tract that sits on a portion of the original foundation would make a wonderful place to build a deck or patio for entertaining or just as another way to enjoy the long valley views.This stunning property is a must see – call today!


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