Historic House Listings

The stained glass! The Daniel Storto Glove Museum, Circa 1852 in New York. $85,000

July 17, 2022

This was once the historic church of Dorloo, New York. It is now the Daniel Storto Glove Museum. He will considering leaving the contents of the museum. The church was built in 1852. It is located on .63 acres in Cobleskill, New York. The structure features amazing stained glass, church pews, hardwood floors, beautiful wood ceilings and double front doors. There is even a working church bell. The building is 2,070 square feet. $85,000

Contact Christy L. Gillespie – Quinn with Country Boy Realty: 518-231-4526

From the Zillow listing:


Once the historic church of Dorloo, New York, now a one of a kind glove museum founded by the renown glove maker Daniel Storto. Three rooms total that abound with possibilities! Be impressed by the beautiful wainscoted ceiling, stained glass windows that accentuate the impressive interior, hardwood floors, 14 pews, and working church bell. Situated in a most bucolic setting that gives you that country feel. The lot across the street with garage is included. This building having the character of history also provides considerable potential! Located within a half hour to Cooperstown. The owner would consider selling the historical glove making contents separately. Off street parking-seasonal



Let them know you saw it on Old House Life!