c. 1913 – Medina, NY

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216 W Oak Orchard St, Medina, NY 14103

  • $64,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1828 Sq Ft
Large village colonial near business and school districts. Home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, second floor laundry and 1st floor office that could also be used as 4th bedroom. Home also features hardwood floors, pocket doors, natural woodwork and fenced in backyard.
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Tammy Fearby, Zambito Realtors,
(585) 317-8513

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  1. Michael Mackin says: 2554 comments

    Love that pantry cabinet!

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  2. Glorybe says: 142 comments

    Finally, one that is in my area of Western New York! It’s so City like though, since it’s practically in the mall’s backyard. If only it was located a bit more rurally.
    I love that it has pocket doors and some natural wood. What kind of paneling is everywhere?
    The realtor that I have sending me listings didn’t send this one and I told her about oldhousedreams.com & my absolute love for these homes.

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    • Michael Mackin says: 2554 comments

      The type of paneling you see in this house was very popular in the 1960’s. It probably has the lath and plaster walls underneath it but it’s hard to say what condition it is in, not to mention the difficulty in taking it off. Still, for me personally, it would look better to remove it and put something more period appropriate on the walls, wallpaper, ect.

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      • Karen says: 1148 comments

        Yes, that paneling, if its glued to the walls, will be a devil to take off without damaging any plaster and lathe underneath. I’ve tried it before, and it just didn’t work. We ended up just ripping it off without trying to save the plaster, and doing drywall after. Which was a shame, as that was the only room that was paneled.

    • Karen says: 1148 comments

      Hey, Glorybe! We must be “neighbors” as I live in Lockport! I love Medina-there are so many old homes that look as if they have been either kept up, or renovated. This house could be a looker-I’d get rid of that paneling-YUCK!- and clean up the floors, by giving them some sanding, and a few coats of poly. I really like the size of the back yard too-it just needs a tidier fence.

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