c. 1870 – Carthage, NY

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340 S James St, Carthage, NY 13619

  • $209,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2822 Sq Ft
  • 1.4 Ac.
What a grand & incredible home! If you love Victorian homes then this is the one for you! This Stately beauty is absolutely immaculate & boasts tall ceilings, pristine original woodwork & charm in every room. The gorgeous hardwood floors can be found throughout the entire home. Listed as a 5 bedroom, with options for more, the possibilities are endless. Sitting on a rare 1.40 acre village lot, the property also has a wonderful 3 story barn that's in terrific shape! The big ticket items such as roof, boiler, hot water heater & chimney have all been updated. This home has been lovingly maintained in the same family for 45+ years & is now ready for you to make it your own. Hurry so you can enjoy the summer months on beautiful wrap around porch & large deck overlooking the spacious backyard.
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Amy Kenney, Keller Williams Realty,
315-701-6900

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9 Comments on c. 1870 – Carthage, NY

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  1. Wesley says: 11 comments

    This house was redone between 1910-1920 to a more Craftsman interior with the modest newel post and doors. It looks nice and I could live with it. Upstairs has some of the original doors and trim from the 1870’s. Light fixtures upstairs in the first bedroom photo may be original and the other date from the same time period as the remodel downstairs. Did anyone notice the corner door in the fourth image showing the stairs.

    • CharlestonJohn says: 1100 comments

      The front porch styling is from the same period as the interior updates. I imagine the house originally had an Italianate influence, but the current combination of styles works well. The exterior actually reminds me a little of some of the higher end new homes being constructed around here with their low pitch roofs and vaguely Craftsman detailing.

  2. Stacey says: 20 comments

    Beautiful woodwork

  3. Susan Lind says: 98 comments

    Beautiful! All of the rooms look so spacious. Lots of possibilities here.

  4. natira121natira121 says: 602 comments
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    1877 Vernacular
    Columbia River Gorge, WA

    My neighbors have a barn like this, but MUCH bigger. It led me to come up with the Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors barn!

    This house is pretty cool. I’d love to see original pictures of the place.

  5. lissie says: 267 comments

    Love the craftsman style front porch and all the woodwork on the interior. Updated or not this house is lovely.

  6. pamibachpamibach says: 120 comments

    my ex-husband had family in Carthage, it was a long drive to the middle of nowhere,but there were lots of maple trees for syrup all over

  7. Augman says: 39 comments

    What a great house! And that barn! Lots of wallpaper removal….probably over plaster, too, right ? Might have to just learn to live with it and like it! Or paper directly over what is there. This is very close to Lake Ontario. It’s up there in the winter wonderland! Taxes about $5,500.

  8. Colleen J says: 1196 comments

    A big happy family is all this house is missing, very nice!!!!!

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