1883 Queen Anne – Fort Plain, NY – $249,000

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Added to OHD on 4/30/18   -   Last OHD Update: 5/22/18   -   15 Comments
87 Main St, Fort Plain, NY

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1883 Queen Anne Victorian home near Cooperstown, NY designed by noted architect Albert W. Fuller. Suitable for private residence, vacation home, Air BnB, professional office, antique or other business. Five bedrooms. 3/4 acre plot in Village of Fort Plain. Village water and sewer. Plumbing and heating up to code. New heating system in 2013. Phone and cable jacks in all rooms. Two-story carriage barn. Photos and complete details at qav1883.wordpress.com.
Contact Details
Philip Hubbard, Owner
607-376-1757 / pghubbard65@gmail.com
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15 Comments on 1883 Queen Anne – Fort Plain, NY – $249,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9425 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Shared by Mary C. and submitted by the other over the weekend. 🙂

  2. StevenF says: 632 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This is not my favorite era/style, but this house is cool. I like the integrated chimney’s and love the inglenook and the fact that the stair is not right next to the front door. I even like the fretwork in the front hall, which in this case is pretty substantial looking compared to the frilly versions I normally see. The ceiling in the dining room and the large bay/bow window in the living room are stellar. Interesting notion to paint the original lower kitchen cabinets white, while leaving the upper cabinets stained. It probably lightens the room without losing the warmth of the wood tones.

  3. Jennifer HT says: 801 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Anthem, AZ

    AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH THAT INGLENOOK!!!!!!! Whew! I can say I have seen a chimney on a turret like that before. Need more pics!

  4. jeff myers says: 43 comments

    This was an extremely expensive house to build!

  5. kmmoore says: 277 comments
    Weatherford , TX

    Have mercy! This is outstanding! 😍

  6. Clund says: 117 comments

    The black and white photo is a great addition. It is fun to compare the house now with the house then. The woodwork in the interior is stunning. I too, love the inglenook.

  7. JRichard says: 234 comments
    1763 center-chimney cape
    Biddeford, ME

    What great chimneys!

  8. Ryan says: 570 comments

    This is how you do oak woodwork right! And I’d probably bump my big fat head, but I’d like to sit by the fire in that cave like inglenook.

  9. cyberc says: 87 comments

    Oh Great Zoning Gods, what were you thinking?! Absolutely stunning home and it is leaving me breathless!

  10. Cindy says: 101 comments
    1866 Italianate/Queen Anne
    Brunswick, MO

    Incredible house, just beautiful. Love the Inglenook and the carriage house.

  11. KarenZ says: 834 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Oh my goodness–that Inglenook got me right away, although I agree with Ryan that I would knock my big head on it! The dining room ceiling is just incredible and all of the beautiful details knocked my socks off! They really spared no expense in building this house!

  12. MichaelMichael says: 1173 comments

    The exterior of the house is very nice but the interior is outstanding. I love the inglenook but I would find myself in the dining room most of the time, looking at that incredible ceiling!

  13. Teri R says: 291 comments

    The carriage house!!! Beautiful detail and angles!

  14. EileenM says: 222 comments

    Amazing house. I wish there were more pics, especially of the carriage house…..

  15. GearGirlGearGirl says: 12 comments
    Second Empire, Barber Scottsdale, AZ

    I accidentally drove by this house last night, and legitimately came to a screeching halt right in the middle of the road! I started to take notes then realized THIS is the one that is gorgeous inside per the photos!

    I’d have scheduled an appointment to view, but it is literally right next door to a gas station. As in, sharing the property line. IDK, I might still consider it. On a plane home licking my wounds from missing out on buying my favorite house on here by one lousy day, but will probably contact the owner this week and request photos of the carriage house interior and see if there is any price wiggle room. If it had been located on the hill where a different home for sale was, I’d have jumped on it immediately.

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