Historic House Listings

Originally a tavern! Love that stove! Circa 1811! Over an acre in New York. $174,900

March 9, 2024

This poor house! Hope someone will save it! I love that stove! The house was built in 1811. It is located on 1.40 acres in Lowville, New York. This was originally the Almon M. Norton Tavern. It then became the local general store and post office. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,928 square feet. $174,900

Contact David Jackson with Marble Key Realty: 315-783-0191

FromĀ  the Zillow listing:

 

Ready To Own A Piece Of History? Then Welcome To The Norton-Dunham-Knapp House! Built Circa 1811, This Distinguished Limestone Residence Is Ready To Be Restored & Made Your Own! Located In Denmark, The Oldest Community In Lewis County, This Historical Landmark Was Originally The Almon M. Norton Tavern & Was Later Used As The Local General Store & Post Office Circa The Early 1900’s. (full historical article in attachments) This 19th Century Treasure Has Endless Potential, Boasting 2928 SQ FT, Attached 2 Car Garage, Workshop, Outbuilding, & 1.4 Acre Lot! *** Need Financing? No Problem! Owners Mortgage Is Assumable With A 3.5% Interest Rate & No Appraisal Required! *** Restore This Renowned Limestone To Its Former Prestige & Help Write The Next Chapter of This Beautiful Homes History! Schedule Your Private Tour Today!

 

 

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