1905 Queen Anne – Fleischmanns, NY

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186 Wagner Ave, Fleischmanns, NY 12430

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  • $134,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2265 Sq Ft
  • 0.5 Ac.
Classic Victorian with gorgeous porch and original woodwork details, outside has mature landscaping on a tree lined street. Super open rooms, 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths 2265 SF Margaretville Schools, repairs needed. Lovely large level 0.50 acre lot.
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Ronnie Rebis, Grist Mill Real Estate
(845) 246-3200
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3 Comments on 1905 Queen Anne – Fleischmanns, NY

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  1. CateCate says: 252 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    Maybe I’m not seeing this right, but what about the full door at a stair well? And what is the pipe under the window in the kitchen? Could be a lovely home with some love.

  2. JimHJimH says: 5105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Work needed but this could be a fine weekend and summer place in the mountains again.
    When this house was built, the village was still Griffin Corners, although often called by the name in large letters on the local rail station – Fleischmann.
    Max Fleischmann of New York built a large summer “cottage” at the edge of the village on 1884, followed by 5 other family homes in an extended and elegant mountain compound. His brother Charles, the yeast king of Cincinnati, traveled here by private coach with his family. They arranged theater productions and a local orchestra for entertainment, and their guests filled local hotels. Big league ballplayers were brought in to play under assumed names for the local team, which rarely lost a game.
    Was the street named for the Hall of Famer Honus Wagner who played on the field across the street? Nobody remembers. By the time the village was officially named Fleischmanns in 1914, the glory days were almost past.

    Max Fleischmann’s cottage which started it all is the only family structure still standing, recently restored to splendor:


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