1886 Shingle Victorian – Fulton, NY – $119,900

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Added to OHD on 2/12/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/12/19   -   7 Comments
195 S 1st St, Fulton, NY 13069

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  • $119,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3245 Sq Ft
  • 0.28 Ac.
Turn of the century Victorian era classic has it all! Conveniently located in the heart of Fulton. Classic ornamental architectural woodwork throughout. Keeping in the style of the architecture, the beautiful stone front porch opens up to 2-story foyer and grand stair case. This well preserved home has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spacious 2 car garage with extra parking on the side, Oversized kitchen, formal dining room, office, great room, mudroom/laundry room, newly renovated bathrooms, stairs leading to a 3rd floor attic can easily be turned into a bonus room. All this charm has to be seen to appreciate! Easy access to 481 and in walking distance to shopping and restaurants. Don't miss this beauty!
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Kari Alessio, Kirnan Real Estate
(315) 457-3356 / 315-720-4424
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7 Comments on 1886 Shingle Victorian – Fulton, NY – $119,900

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  1. JimHJimH says: 4115 comments
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    This house was built on a larger lot for Dr. William S. Huntington (1854-1904), who had “the finest stable of horses in the city, and his barns were completely equipped and furnished.” A dentist by training, Huntington came to Fulton from his hometown of Watertown to oversee his manufacturing interests here. Huntington returned to Watertown before 1900, and the house was purchased in 1902 by Frank E. Weeden, the superintendent of the local woolen mills.

    I couldn’t find confirmation of the build date or mention of an architect.

  2. AvatarMargaret Kuberka says: 56 comments

    Sure would have liked to see those stables. Anyone know anything about the house 2 doors down 181 S 1st St. Looks like the Century 21 sign has been there since 2005 but shows it’s not for sale. A fabulous house in decline.

  3. AvatarMargaret Kuberka says: 56 comments

    The house two doors down was built for General Albert Lindley Lee who was born in Fulton who was a lawyer. The house was built in 1865 and now appears to be zoned as office space. Looks like it was for sale at $65,000 for a while don’t know if it sold. I hope someone saves it.


    • AvatarLoisMc says: 1 comments
      1865 Four square
      Fulton, NY

      Unfortunately this house was made into apartments. Our city once was known as the city the depression missed but due to pull out of all major industry (Miller Brewing, Birdseye, Nestle) it’s become a really sa, poor town. Our historical society named The Pratt House is next to that with a library funded by Andrew Carnegie across the street.

  4. Avatarcyberc says: 105 comments

    I’m curious but what are those 2 tiny closets on either side of the side lights by the front door. There’s 1 tiny closet on each side. Not big enough for a coat so I’m curious as to the purpose. Beautiful house and well kept!

  5. Avatarcyberc says: 105 comments

    Historical Civil War General’s home along with a multi family on 481… Absolutely grand and stunning woodwork in the historical home. TWO BUILDINGS ONE ON S.FIRST ST. AND ONE ON S.SECOND ST….BACK TO BACK. COMMERCIAL SITE: 66′ ON S. SECOND (RT. 481) AND 99′ ON S. FIRST THE ENTIRE PARCEL HAS 39,780 SQ.FT. OR .91 ACRES!! IMPROVED WITH ALL PUBLIC UTILITIES, INCLUDING WATER, SEWER & GAS …..
    It appears to have been SOLD with the musuem that’s right next door. I hope this helps Margaret Kuberka. Maybe the museum hasn’t made enough $$ to fix the gem up. I hope they don’t tear her down for a parking lot. SIGH!!

  6. LauraBeeLauraBee says: 5 comments

    I L♥VE this house!

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