1889 Shingle Victorian – Corning, NY

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Added to OHD on 12/19/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   24 Comments

22 W 4th St, Corning, NY 14830

  • $359,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3727 Sq Ft
  • 0.3 Ac.
One of the finest 19th century Victorian homes in Corning can be found right here. This stately home is truly a piece of Art. You'll love the original woodwork & hardwood floors throughout. There are 4 incredible wood burning fireplaces throughout this majestic home. The master suite has its own sunroom, perfect to sit & relax with a cup of tea. The architectural beauty that has been preserved throughout the life of this home is something you don't find. Don't miss an opportunity to own one of Corning's exceptional homes.
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Dave Moses, RealtyUSA,
(607) 769-5627

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24 Comments on 1889 Shingle Victorian – Corning, NY

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12516 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks Jennifer HT for sharing!

  2. Ann says: 87 comments

    What a really pretty old home.

  3. bfish says: 83 comments

    Very stylish home with the many different and interesting wood trim treatments. I like the exterior color scheme and wish the interior walls were, likewise, colorful. What is going on in the last couple of pictures? It almost looks like a hole in the roof.

  4. BethanyBethany says: 3481 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a great house! I don’t even mind the kitchen. Kinda cool!

  5. Mary Beth says: 15 comments

    Very pretty.

  6. StevenFStevenF says: 178 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I like the “alternating” or “undulating” windows under the top floor gable in front.

  7. Lindsay G says: 522 comments

    The outside is gorgeous. I love these incredibly unique Victorians. But the inside….im not sure if I like it or not. The attic space is definitely cool.

  8. Melody says: 496 comments

    There’s a lot to love here! Woodwork, windows, fireplaces, green toilets and bathtubs!

    Someone got creative with that kitchen floor. I’m no good at identifying time periods, but the floor and cabinets certainly look older than the counter tops (I know that under mounted sinks are contemporary). Would these be 60’s/70’s? I do know that that type of tile is usually suspect of containing asbestos.
    Is that big brick thing a wood burning stove of some type? Would that be old old, or just semi old?

    • Gail M says: 218 comments

      Okay. I think the kitchen range hoods are 50’s or 60’s. And I think the brick thing is an indoor barbecue grill. But the cupboards look 70’s. I could live with that kitchen.

  9. jeklstudio says: 1070 comments

    Oh man…I really REALLY like this one! Even though Victorian isn’t my preferred style, Of all the variations of Victorians the Shingle is my favorite. So pretty, so artistic in design. Love the exterior, the shapes, the movement. Thanks Jennifer HT for sharing it. Beautiful wood, great detail. And that top floor—wow, what a great studio that would be!

  10. DanPDX says: 80 comments

    Love those courses of shingles over the front porch and gable – some amazing workmanship there. Lots of great woodwork and features remaining, too.

  11. Lissie says: 231 comments

    Lovely Home!!!!! The mill work is beautiful. I would not change a thing.

  12. Jennifer HT says: 735 comments

    Thanks for sharing this home on the page! I loved it when I saw it. The interior is definitely unique! I don’t think there is a hole in the roof. It’s the shiny insulation showing from behind the curtains. I think the curtains are just trying to block an unfinished section.

  13. dreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership ~Colleen~ says: 1040 comments

    Love this home! Can you imagine it furnished, I’m thinking they should have “staged it” great street view too.

  14. Debster says: 10 comments

    Corning, NY is such a quaint little town. In the Finger Lakes region of NY (WINE COUNTRY!), and of course, Corning is home to the famous Corning Glass Museum and factory (partial to, because I create stained glass pieces, and it’s a fabulous learning center). I absolutely love the woodwork in this home, the windows, and the whole style. I love the tiles on the fireplaces. This one knocked my socks (and extra socks, and boots) off! (It’s cold here in NY!) I’d move to this house in a NY minute! PS, Why do Photogs take pictures of bathrooms with the toilet seats up??

    • Cocoa G says: 72 comments

      Debster, I had to laugh when you asked why people take pictures with the toilet seats up. It seems to be common in most of these listings. I have no idea why they do that. I think it’s disgusting and I can’t concentrate on the room once I see that. Maybe that’s just me.

  15. LindaWLindaW says: 9 comments
    Emmett, ID

    In the last picture what is the wood thingy hanging on the fireplace? I love this house and would leave most of it as it is. I even like the kitchen.

  16. montana channing says: 229 comments

    quintessential Victorian – the chimney and that shingle detail but my favorite is the corner fireplace in pic 26 that’s not quite in the corner

  17. selenabird says: 12 comments

    That kitchen lino makes me happy. 🙂

    • Cathy says: 2330 comments

      I noticed that, too. I normally don’t like linoleum, but the large basket-weave pattern makes this floor quite cool.

  18. sapphy says: 368 comments

    This one is very nice. I’m always impressed with a house that has a bright and sunny attic! I don’t care for the style of the kitchen, but I do love the fact that it’s so open. You could do a lot with that space in terms of renovation.

  19. says: 94 comments

    I love the kitchen floor! All the woodwork in this home, just everything about this place is nice.


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