1886 – Waterloo, NY – $219,000

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Added to OHD on 2/5/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/5/19   -   11 Comments
9 E Wright Ave, Waterloo, NY 13165

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Price

$219,000

Beds

5

Baths

3

SqFt

3708

Acres

0.46

This grand brick colonial home is filled with original character and charm. Built in 1886 this home boasts 3708 Sq Feet of living space, 5 Bedrooms, 3 full Bathrooms, Stunning entry way foyer, large front living room with wood burning fireplace, formal dining room and back family room. This home is an entertainers dream with the large updated open eat in kitchen/ living space leading to an outdoor entertaining area with in ground pool and spacious partially fenced .48 acre village lot. The home owners have done many additional updates including all three bathrooms, new and refinished flooring throughout and adding a large convenient second floor laundry room. You will love the amazing wood work though out and relaxing on the large front porch.
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11 Comments on 1886 – Waterloo, NY – $219,000

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  1. Randy C says: 404 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2015 Reverse Ranch 1/2
    Olathe, KS

    I’m overdosing on beautiful woodwork this morning! This is a very nice, well kept home. Obviously the owners are proud of her.

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  2. Cody H says: 140 comments

    There is a MUCH older house under an extensive c. 1886 remodel here. The bricks from the “new” extensions don’t match, and the woodwork in the bedrooms upstairs screams greek revival/Italianate.

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    • JimHJimH says: 3899 comments
      OHD Supporter

      The preservation file at CRIS has an extensive report on the house with map references, deeds etc. The conclusions are:
      1. The Greek Revival home of James Stevenson built before 1850, expanded with outbuildings over 30 years.
      2. The sale of the property to manufacturer William B. Clark in 1886, the Stevenson house demolished and the new brick house built in late Italianate style.
      3. Sale to businessman Fred G. Stewart in 1895, extensive conversion to the Colonial Revival style about 1903.

      I agree with your observation that the house predates 1886 and I think the original house survived in altered form. The 3 bay facade is consistent with Greek Revivals built in the 1840’s, so it seems a reasonable conclusion that this was originally the house built for farmer James Stevenson (1802-1877), later Sheriff of Seneca County and President of the Village of Waterloo.

      https://cris.parks.ny.gov/

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  3. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1788 comments

    Beautiful entry hall & staircase!

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  4. DeniseLynn says: 212 comments

    Beautiful, well cared for home, pretty much move-in ready. Not sure I’d keep the kitchen/family room flooring. Either that or the wall color make the room seem cold to me.

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  5. Roxy McDermott says: 7 comments

    Why only $219?

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    • MarciaMarcia says: 27 comments

      I live near this area and our housing prices are very reasonable. We do have high taxes, but other than that, we have a low cost of living compared to many areas of the country. This home is near the Finger Lakes region which is very beautiful and full of wineries.

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  6. Deborah W Mann says: 157 comments

    I really like this house.

    1
  7. Cindy says: 125 comments
    1866 Italianate/Queen Anne
    Brunswick, MO

    Another gorgeous house.

  8. Wendy Mills says: 8 comments

    Im in love

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  9. Narelle Lindner says: 10 comments

    Can anyone tell me or give me a guesstimate of how much the taxes are on this place or street please?

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