1835 Greek Revival – Meridian, NY

Added to OHD on 8/10/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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3069 State Route 370, Meridian, NY 13033

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  • $129,900
  • 8 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 3172 Sq Ft
  • 1 Ac.
Fabulous 17 room Greek Revival 1835 mansion. 8 Bedrooms, 4 Baths on the State and federal Historic registration. Needs some TLC. Stately pillars, wide planked hemlock floors, New CB wiring, thru out and metal roof 15 years ago. 1 Acre lot. Lots of possibilities. was used as a 3 family house years ago. A lot of history here.
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Dean Cummins, Sun Harvest Realty
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10 Comments on 1835 Greek Revival – Meridian, NY

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  1. says: 349 comments

    A beautiful Greek Revival, worth the asking price for the front door and those great lovered shutters with the Roman lattice top panels with the Gothic Revival cut-outs. Inside, the plaster medallions and curved stair are solid bonuses – and even the violet blue of the room in photos 9 & 10, close enough to a popular original paint color found in Greek Revival interiors.

  2. John C. Shiflet says: 5642 comments

    I agree with Robert, this is an impressive formal Greek Revival house. Due to all of the accesssories seen in the photos I’m thinking either this was a musuem, (house) or the former home of a serious antiques collector. Looks like the seamed (metal?) roof is recent and someone also went to the tedious trouble to patch a lot of the plaster cracks. With some additional repairs this one could be a real showplace again.

  3. says: 458 comments

    As Robert noted, this is Inhgam Hall, also known as the William Smith Ingham House. There’s some house history in the first link below, and the second link leads to another article with more interior pictures.



  4. Jim says: 5536 comments

    Apparently the large farm acreage was all sold off when the original owner went broke and fled in 1857. The Ingham store still stands next door but is not part of the offering.

    • says: 458 comments

      Yeah, the store (or at least what I presume to have been the store) looks like it might now be an apartment building. It also has a red metal roof that matches the old home’s exactly, so perhaps they were both still owned by one person in somewhat recent times?

  5. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12425 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted in 2012 so comments above are older.

    Kept a few 2012 photos but the rest are new.

  6. StevenFStevenF says: 779 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This house could seriously rock. The woodwork on the front elevation is beautiful.

  7. Jan Ramey says: 24 comments

    Great house, but couldn’t live with the store/inn in the front yard. Also, I’m terribly spoiled after living in Eureka Springs with so much land around me. Usually we never have very busy streets, except we do have parades here every chance we get.

  8. Morethanyouknow says: 53 comments

    Oh my, two lovely tripartite houses in one day !! This is quite a nice house.


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