This historical home offers beautiful original woodwork and architecture with an updated kitchen, bathrooms and heating. The master bedroom and main bath are on the first floor. Enjoy the back deck and large side yard, which is a second lot. The detached 1 car garage includes a bay-sized enclosed room with gas log fireplace and cabinets. A yard barn provides additional storage.
Historic Norfolk Road Landmark – circa 1810 but believed to be mid 1700’s early stage coach stop with 3 acres open, mature trees and water views. Wide board floors, period details, 4 fireplaces, winder staircase with rare curved rod iron railing and a spacious new kitchen, 2/3 bedrooms and 1/ 1/2 baths . A delightful home with a strong traffic count for possible additional uses.
Circa 1870 Samuel Cheney house. Samuel Cheney was brother of Arthur Cheney one of the two main principals in the ivory company from which the village derives its name. Victorian home with wood shingle exterior, this home seems to be quite solid structurally but will need renovations. The furnace is new, driveway paved within last several years. Great architectural appeal on both exterior and interior. First floor bedroom with its own outside entrance might work as an in law arrangement. Ample room sizes and good traffic flow upstairs and down. Walk to Ivoryton Playhouse, restaurants and library.
WOW!. Breath taking older Victorian style home located in the historical area of Enfield. This home is a restoration project and has so much potential. If you have always wanted to live in an older historical home where there is so much character and one of a kind architectual designs, this home is for you. Home has a new roof that is approx 2 years old. One of the bathrooms has new plumbing and some electrical wiring has been run in areas of the home. Most of the original hardware, doors, and trim work are in the home. Hardwood floors through, enchanting staircase located in the foyer that leads you to the 2nd floor. Notice the exterior trim work and designs along with all the extras in the inside of the home. Home has the potential to have 6-7 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Large kitchen and lots of built in cabinets. Take a look, you will not regret it. Call for an appt today.
This warm & elegant Colonial style home was built in 1897, designed by Lambert Packard & Thorne architects, boasting colossal columns & 2nd story balcony at the front entrance and is a historic charmer throughout. Situated on the “Village Green” in Lyndonville, VT, featuring a spacious park setting out the front door with band concerts, farmers markets and is within walking distance to all town amenities. This well preserved 2.5 story home offers 3300+sq.ft of living space with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and a separate studio space that is ideal for a home office, family room or could easily be converted back to a small in-law suite. Many preserved features to include the butlers pantry, icebox, ceramic tiled wood fireplace, French doors, decorative wood trim, hardwood floors, period window panes, stained glass windows and more. Modern day conveniences include updated electrical (wired for a generator), plumbing, heating, bathrooms and a 1st floor master en-suite addition with laundry area. Nice size backyard, great for gardening & pets. Just 8 miles to Burke Mountain Ski Resort! Don’t hesitate, this is a must see property.
Mapleside is located in Morris, New York, an historic village between Oneonta and Norwich. Built c.1839 the field stone main house has 3-foot thick stonewalls, and most original architectural details remain. This well maintained property offers wood floors, beautiful stone detail, period formal details in the living room, dining room, and den; fully applianced kitchen with large pantry, family room, and keeping rooms that could be an office or bedroom. There are five fireplaces. A powder room is under the front staircase. Upstairs are three plus bedrooms, including an en suite Master Bedroom, a large en suite bedroom; and a full bath with laundry. The guest house features an eat in kitchen, dining room, den, living room, two plus bedrooms, and two full bath, one with laundry. The property consists of ±8.39 acres bordering two State Roads. The manicured yard offers expansive lawns, shade trees, mature flower gardens, a ±1.25 acre fenced paddock with run-in shed for horses, and a ±1/2 acre pond.
Free standing Circa 1888 Victorian gem in Wesley Ward just steps to Whitefield Square. Unbelievable opportunity for the creative buyer looking to leave a mark in Savannahs Historic Landmark District. Initial work has been completed, and now the house is ready to be brought up to the next level. What is old is new again! Originally one of three identical side-by-side late 19th century ‘spec’ homes built for the Chatham Real Estate and Investment Company, 419 East Taylor Street remains in virtually original condition. Early 20th century wall paper still hangs, many panes of wavy glass windows are in place, hardwood floors are in excellent condition, and fireplace mantelpieces, as well as all the wood trim, are in great condition. This is an Historic Preservationist’s dream with everything virtually intact and wonderful. …
Although Vermont’s statehood was only granted 2 years prior to the construction of the General Lewis R. Morris house in 1793, this remarkable high style Georgian rivals the best houses of New England of the period. The triangular pedimented front doorway, the twelve over twelve windows with bold entablatures and the hipped roof are so beautifully proportioned as to belie the true scale of the exterior and interior spaces. Fully developed chimney breast walls with raised paneled wainscoting define each rooms intended purpose. …