1869 – Bloomfield, NY

Added to OHD on 10/9/18   -   Last OHD Update: 11/4/20   -   4 Comments
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82 Main St, Bloomfield, NY 14469

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  • $199,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3388 Sq Ft
  • 2.3 Ac.
Known as the Belle of Bloomfield. Was built on a village knoll in the same year Ulysses S. Grant took the oath of office. Eclectic Victorian era front facade accented by a variety of Queen Anne flourishes such as delicate spindle work & brackets, half timbered gable, hand carved designs, corbelled chimney & other ornaments. Open porches face front & east. Grand staircase sweeps up from entry. Heavy crown moldings, stained glass, arched thresholds, pocket drs give this home a feeling of grandeur. A truly beautifully embellished frplc. graces the front parlor. Large eat-in kitchen w rich dark cabinets &granite counters. Upstairs there are 6 rms (4/5 bdrms) & 1.5 baths. A barn & pool share lot. Lot includes 2nd tax account number - 80.00-1-74.10.
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Rome Celli, Re/Max Realty Group
(855) 208-4441
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4 Comments on 1869 – Bloomfield, NY

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  1. Keith Sanders says: 137 comments

    There is a certain pleasing elegance to the newel post.

  2. JimHJimH says: 5104 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The state preservation file from 1990 shows cresting above the front window bay, and in the parlor an ornate medallion, and a fine mantel with period tile and a mirrored overmantel. The fireplace is mentioned, so those features may still be there.

    The house was built for Dr. Charles Cook Murphy (1824-1874), a Civil War surgeon and respected local physician. He and wife Elizabeth Brewster raised their children here before Dr. Murphy’s early death. The house was later sold to the family of banker John Sears Hamlin who owned it into the 1940’s.

  3. RosewaterRosewater says: 6710 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Despite the obviously much later stained glass installations, I’m convinced those Aesthetic transom panels in the parlors are right; and very likely hints at a probably highly stylish original interior decor and fittings now long gone. What a CHOICE property.

  4. Zann says: 521 comments

    Goodness gracious, Kelly. Did you have a “fabulous windows” list you have been holding onto? As Rosewater said, these are newer but dang…. they are pretty!

    “Dang…. they are pretty” could really sum up how I feel about the house as a whole. Gorgeous details throughout. Seconding Rosewater again, it was likely more luxurious at one point, but the house has such style, it still feels elegant without even trying. Love it.

    I also want the room with the emerald couch to stay exactly as is. That room is probably staged, but everything in it needs to be included with the house. You could do a photo shoot with a rock star or cover model in that room, as is. Timeless


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