1862 Greek Revival – Butternuts, NY

Added to OHD on 8/1/18   -   Last OHD Update: 10/26/20   -   7 Comments
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361 County Highway 8, Butternuts, NY 13776

  • $222,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 4224 Sq Ft
  • 65 Ac.
Expansive center hall farmhouse with endless possibilities! Enjoy this beautiful setting nestled on a hill in the Butternut Valley. This has been home for the same family for three generations. It is now ready for a new family to make it their own. Enjoy the shaded lawn on the screened porch or the large double living room for holiday get-togethers. Spacious bedrooms and closets make this ideal for the growing family. The adjacent acreage was used as farmland so it is ready for use as a pasture or planting. It is very easy to picture bucolic living when you visit this serene setting. Role up your sleeves and show it some love to make this a truly special home.
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Kathy Hartman, KW Upstate NY Properties
(607) 431-2540
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7 Comments on 1862 Greek Revival – Butternuts, NY

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  1. JimHJimH says: 5098 comments
    OHD Supporter

    This was originally the farm of John Heslop (1807-1881), an Englishman who was in the area by the 1830’s, and it’s possible the house is somewhat older than the 1862 date. Heslop accumulated a farm of over 300 acres that remained with his heirs well into the 20th century. The Gilbert family, descendants of Abijah Gilbert who founded nearby Gilbertsville in 1797, have owned the house and property for many years.
    On the ridge just south is the Bostwick estate known as Centennial Farm, and the adjacent Tianderah mansion:

    • John says: 72 comments

      Wow, talk about craftsmanship in the Tianderah mansion! The setting, stonework, woodwork, plasterwork, everything! The attention to detail! There are many house styles I love, some I’m meh about, but when either are designed and built to this standard I can appreciate all the thought and work that went into them. Just beautifully done and maintained. interesting link and history, thank you for posting it

  2. kmmoorekmmoore says: 420 comments
    Weatherford , TX

    I can’t stop giggling … “Butternuts” is the best town name I’ve heard in a while. I’m so terribly immature ??

  3. Peg says: 20 comments

    I love Butternuts! Beautiful houses here, and a nice area not too far from Oneonta. Great price for all that land!

  4. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 676 comments

    Listing Removed 12/2/2019 (Zillow)
    I have EVERY hope this will be re-listed in the spring!

  5. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 676 comments

    SOLD 7/10/2020 (Realtor).

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