1825 – Keeseville, NY

Details below are from August 2012, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 8/10/12   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
Off Market / Archived

16 Beach St, Keeseville, NY 12944

  • $29,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3912 Sq Ft
  • 0.4 Ac.
SAVE this Historic home in need of MAJOR & EXTENSIVE repairs and TLC - being SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS. Home has suffered significant storm damage & has been vacant for many years. Many of the fine original details await restoration. Local history, currently being researched, alleges home was part of the underground railroad, with a cave built in the side of the hill to hide runaway slaves. This project is for someone who truly loves, & believes in the value of saving historical structures.

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6 Comments on 1825 – Keeseville, NY

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  1. says: 458 comments

    Looks like it was a really nice house at one time. I never would have guessed that it was built in 1825, though.

  2. john c says: 434 comments

    There is a conducted walking tour in the town; I would imagine that the folks there might have information (or at least local myth mixed with lore) about the house. I suspect only part of the house is 1825.

    What’s Nearby:
    See & DoStayKeeseville, Adirondacks

    A walking tour through a 145-structure historic district and three Historic American Engineer Bridges.

    Location & Contact Info:
    1A Mill St
    Keeseville, Adirondacks, NY, 12944Phone: 518-834-9606
    Email: info@friendsofthenorthcountry.org

    Notable Features:
    •Esp. for Kids

  3. Leanne says: 1 comments

    Just the kind of house I would love to buy with my husband! This would be an awesome (albeit probably expensive and overwhelming, however I prefer the utopia version of life lol) project 🙂 So much character and history, I just love it.

  4. Teri says: 72 comments

    So sad. But beautiful too

  5. kenny says: 82 comments

    This house is in rough condition and is awkwardly sited I think. Very close to the neighbors. Make sure to look at the street view.

  6. Bob says: 1 comments

    My family and I lived here in roughly 1983 for a couple years. put a lot of money into the heating system. at the time the real estate broker took the money and left. Each room had great marble fireplaces and yes there was a cave in the back yard. mall lot but beautiful home at the time


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