c. 1800 – Holland Patent, NY

Off Market / Archived From 2017
Posted in 2017. Sold status unknown.
Added to OHD on 12/5/17 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 26 Comments
7586 Glass Factory Rd, Holland Patent, NY 13354

Map: Street View

Price

$164,900

Beds

3

Baths

1.5

SqFt

2100

Acres

1.4

Tales of old (& new) are just waiting to be sung from the tavern at the Bagg House, a late 1700s charmer with history & character in spades & a tastefully renovated interior that must be seen. All work was undertaken with a keen eye towards authenticity, with gorgeous handmade lighting, refinished plank flooring, handcrafed hardware, a unique period-style kitchen & a cool lower level tavern. Your systems are modern: new windows, updated electrical, plumbing, insulation, baths & more!
Last Active Agent
Jay Groah, Keller Williams Mohawk Valley      (315) 701-6900
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26 Comments on c. 1800 – Holland Patent, NY

  1. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8023 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks Jennifer HT for sharing in last weeks link exchange and thanks to the agent for letting us take a peek!

    Check out the street view to see some before street views (as you can see from the before, it lost the original windows long ago.)




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  2. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8023 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Or…this is from 2013, poor thing.




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    • RosewaterRosewater says: 3250 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      WOW, WoW, Wow. I have tremendous respect for the finished product now considering the before! Yes it could have ended up more period authentic; but who cares. Even though we cant see the interior before, I’d bet a nickel it was just as classy as the exterior as we see it here. = D’oh!

      Still loving the English basement, kitchen hearth room / come family room! The barn wood ceiling and walls with custom built-ins together with the antique brick floors; original stone walls; later antique doors; and even the distressed gray painted fireplace create a BRILLIANTLY warm, uber comfy space which is brand new, but very impressively embraces the antique nature of the house. Now even more impressive considering it may have been designed with a mind to flip. Very nice + super smart.




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      • Gwenn says: 83 comments

        I agree, I usually find basements creepy but not this one!
        Maybe it’s the windows letting in more light or just the warm decor. I could curl up with a book down there and never leave.




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  3. MaryBeth says: 51 comments

    A jewel inside. Not sold on exterior color. Great price so I can fix it.




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  4. Bethany Otto says: 1996 comments

    What a fantastic renovation! Absolutely stunning.




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  5. Jennifer HT says: 767 comments

    Thanks for sharing this home. I knew I was posting something with a few too many updates for some of the purists here, but I felt like it was worth it. So much to love.




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  6. 1938Lasalle says: 19 comments

    I’d like to echo my congratulations on a job well done! Moreover, the setting is gorgeous! If it had garage space I’d be on the phone!




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  7. JimHJimH says: 3296 comments
    OHD Supporter

    For many years this was the residence of Albert Gallatin Bagg (1813-1875), a farmer who ran a cheese factory up the road on the stream. Bagg held a patent for an improved commercial cheese press.
    Baggs’ father Abner Bagg came to the area from Massachusetts before 1800 and had a large family, though I’m not sure that the house is from that period. The Greek Revival trim is from 1825 or after. The thick exterior walls suggest a stone house with a later stucco finish. Lovely house and setting.




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    • Tom Gehrig says: 3 comments

      Jim. If you know any info let me know.I live down the road at the old Hall farm.




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    • David Bagg says: 2 comments

      Albert was my great, great grandfather. We’ve been looking for this house and the site of the cheese factory for years!




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  8. Tamara Webb says: 6 comments

    This is one of my favourite posts so far! I have totally fallen in love with this home! I wouldn’t be able to part with it if I owned it




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  9. jimtownjimtown says: 60 comments

    Wowza! I’m dazzled.




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  10. Nancygirl says: 46 comments

    Beautiful! So light and bright upstairs. Love the kitchen!




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  11. julie@lamedia.tv says: 89 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    Beautifully done! I would live in the basement!




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  12. Laura Thornton says: 50 comments

    I love the exterior colors. And the tavern in the basement is so unique. They’re very expensive but it would have been more historically appropriate to put in 12 over 12 windows. Still, the renovation is beautiful. Can’t believe the price!!




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  13. Glorybe says: 137 comments

    What an awesome home! I think all the renovations are done well and it still has some of the old charm left. The stone wall outside is just perfect! Thank you for sharing!




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  14. Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 869 comments

    Out standing job on the whole house. It’s hard to pick my favorite part but it’s a toss up between the family room in the basement and the kitchen!




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  15. Susan says: 1 comments

    I’m in love❤️




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  16. BungalowGirl says: 142 comments

    Be still my beating heart…




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  17. Tom Gehrig says: 3 comments

    Thanks everyone for the love you are giving this old house. There wasn’t much to save inside. The house has been neglected for years. Hopefully it will find a new owner. I have a beautiful stone home across the corn field.I will miss that Tavern room.




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    • David Bagg says: 2 comments

      Albert was my great, great grandfather. We’ve been looking for this house and the site of the cheese factory for years! Do you if any artifacts or personal effects were saved from the attic, basement or elsewhere??




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      • Tom Gehrig says: 3 comments

        Hi. The house was in bad shape. Nothing found except two horse shoes. I mounted one down in the tavern for the new owners. I purchased them that 1874 county map. It’s list yourfamilies name.I live at the old Hall farm. The other nearby stone house. Stop by. The local preservation society has a file on the home. I have a postcard from 1907




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  18. Guinan says: 30 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I’d take this in a minute, so long as someone else covered the taxes (the usual problem with New York state properties) – $101K!




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