Queen Anne – Altmar, NY

SOLD / Archived From 2018
Added to OHD on 4/6/18 - Last OHD Update: 5/4/18 - 15 Comments
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An Amazing 4371 sq ft Victorian w/ 6 BR, 3.5 BA, formerly a lodge located near the world class Salmon River. Property is located near the Altmar Bridge and Lower Fly Zone. This home / lodge has a cherry staircase, HW, LR, DR, mud room, pellet stove, Oil and wood burning furnace, stain glass windows, wrap-around decks, and so much more to list all on a corner lot w/ detached 2 car garage and lots of parking. New kitchen floor! Home is located near snowmobile and ATV trails. Motivated seller, call for your showing today!
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15 Comments on Queen Anne – Altmar, NY

  1. Sandy says: 1 comments

    What year was this built? I love it!!

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8509 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      On record shows 1920 but that’s wrong. I don’t know the exact year, I’m guessing 1890’s to super early 1900’s.

      • JimHJimH says: 3433 comments
        OHD Supporter

        You’re right on – the website says 1898.

        Lovely home has been a B&B and fishing lodge near the Salmon River. Altmar used to be called Sand Bank, in the Town of Albion. This looks like a ton of house for the money!

      • Francesca Passeri says: 1 comments

        It looks very similar to my house in Iowa that was built in 1913. It was late for a Queen Anne Victorian but apparently the style remained popular in the Midwest.

  2. julie A. says: 111 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    I like it a lot! I especially love the Azaleas out front. WOW! pretty house that needs a little TLC, but wouldn’t take a lot to make her shine!

  3. Tina says: 5 comments

    I’m in Washington state. I’m ready to move to NY just for this house!

  4. Dr. Peterson says: 104 comments

    I remember seeing this property in the past. There were remarks about the fish. Did something change? The ask price?

  5. MichaelMichael says: 1022 comments

    Great house for the price! I’m curious about New York taxes though. I also remember a discussion about the fish in the pictures as well!

  6. Glorybe says: 142 comments

    This is just the perfect home, except we are looking at the Buffalo area to live.
    I love everything about this beauty!

  7. VictorianJoy says: 109 comments

    This is a great price for a grand old home. I love those red flowers in full bloom that look as if they are falling out of the window!

  8. emmajoy says: 109 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Love this home! Those bright red flowers in front look as if they are tumbling out of the window! The woodwork is stunning and I love that kitchen floor!

  9. Deborah says: 15 comments

    Charming house with some gorgeous trim. The staircase is wow.

  10. Crimson_Roo says: 126 comments

    That entry and stairhall are stunning. The rest of the house is lovely, too, but my mind stopped at the stairhall. And I love the door surrounds – they’re more substantial than I’m used to seeing.

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