1893 Queen Anne – Cuba, NY

Added to OHD on 10/5/17   -   Last OHD Update: 11/3/19   -   21 Comments
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8820 S Hubbell Hill Rd, Cuba, NY 14727

  • $169,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 3170 Sq Ft
  • 3.6 Ac.
Rare find in the country, beautiful Victorian house on over 3 acres. The view is incredible but the house is close to town. The children will enjoy the large yard and there is still plenty of space for you to garden. Natural wood work, pocket doors, original stained glass are just part of the charm of this home. when you enter there is a perfect area for shoes boots, coat etc. There is a large open, bright kitchen, leading into a formal dining room. the cabinets, the wainscoting and stained glass are amazing. There are several rooms with hard wood floors and pocket doors, used for entertaining, living room, den or playroom, etc. Most rooms have pocket doors . New windows keep the heating bills low. Many uses for the huge garage, camper etc Plus another 3 car detached garage
Contact Information
Linda Simons, ERA Team VP Real Estate,
(585) 968-2113

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21 Comments on 1893 Queen Anne – Cuba, NY

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  1. Sam Colvin says: 6 comments

    I live in this house in 1955/56 when I was about 9 years old. My parents bought the house when we came back from Alaska. I remember the Hunt’s that lived down the road on the other side of the road. Carol was my sister age and Susie was close to my age. Memories!!

    • Dallas says: 85 comments

      Sam – it looks like a great house in live in as a child. It must be surreal for you to see these photos. Which was your bedroom ?

      • Sam Colvin says: 6 comments

        If you go up the stairs at the back door at the kitchen ( there was also a stairs in the front). The stairs were L shaped. You went up a ways and then turned left to go up more stairs. My bedroom was on thr right and a big bathroom on the left. I think the next room was a big family room.. and then there was a front hall way with 3 or 4 bedrooms. The master bed room was downstairs.

    • norma says: 5 comments

      When can I move in?

  2. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12029 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Added to the site in 2012. I believe it sold since but is back on the market. Better photos this time, didn’t bother keeping the 2012 ones.

  3. Glorybe says: 145 comments

    I have a soft spot in my heart for the stained glass and the stairway scrollwork is just so elegant! The dining room built-in cabinets are lovely.
    How neat for Sam to see a house he lived in as a child…

  4. Linda says: 1 comments

    ? wish I had this in Arkansas!! What a buy!!

  5. Barreleh says: 35 comments

    My gosh, the woodwork is GORGEOUS. And pocket doors !! And stained glass !!

  6. Theresa Mc says: 3 comments

    This house seems to offer so much but for so little. Does anyone know why? (not that I’m a skeptic…)

  7. Colleen J says: 1207 comments

    What a great house on a great piece of property at a great price!

  8. Sam Colvin says: 6 comments

    Wow!
    This is Sam Colvin again. See my comments above. I lived in this house in 1955/56 when I was about 9 years old.
    I saved the pictures that were posted in 2012.

  9. LorrieJo says: 41 comments

    Beautiful. Love the woodwork and stained glass window.

  10. abevy says: 349 comments

    Lovely woodwork and stairway. Like the fireplaces. New windows are not always a blessing. They can look cheap with their plastic (?) parts.

  11. Kathaleen Cosenza says: 3 comments

    Oh, what a beautiful home, one I would love to live in. Woodwork, stained glass and stairs are supreme!

  12. Ms. Anthrope says: 23 comments

    Amen abevy! Was just about to comment about the “new windows” that “keep heating bills low” : Incorrectamundo!! Not only are they hideous and cheap – looking, but they stick out like a sore thumb on even the most beautifully restored Historical home – I know…I have them on my home and they are the bane of our restoration. Luckily we have managed to amass a garage full of antique windows and are attending workshops to learn all we can about installing and repairing old original windows. I am not only always in disbelief but also get very annoyed at the perpetuation of the lie that “new windows are more energy efficient.” Science has proven this incorrect (quite a few years ago), and the R – value is identical if you properly maintain your original wood sash windows and install storms. Window companies want to sell windows – they certainly aren’t going to tell you to “restore the windows that came with your historical home, they were built to last a lifetime.” 😉

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