1830 Greek Revival – Sherburne, NY – $225,000

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Added to OHD on 2/22/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/22/19   -   8 Comments
52 E Main St, Sherburne, NY 13332

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  • $225,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2495 Sq Ft
  • 4 Ac.
Home on 4 Acres! Large rooms, beautiful mouldings, wide plank wood floors and lots of Charm. This home has 3 bedrooms, with the possibility of having a 4th bedroom on the first floor. The kitchen has been updated with attractive cabinets, granite counters and stainless appliances. The spacious living room offers lots of natural light and a cozy wood burning fireplace. The 4 acre yard is open and flat, allowing space for recreation, gardening and more.
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Rebecca Hubler, Eagle River Realty
(315) 824-8989
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8 Comments on 1830 Greek Revival – Sherburne, NY – $225,000

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  1. AvatarStacy says: 210 comments

    Love this home! The carpet would havta go, of course.. 🙂

  2. AvatarClay says: 56 comments

    Clayton E.

  3. AvatarClay says: 56 comments

    Wallpaper is nice, but only in moderation and with designs in sympathy with the period of the house.

  4. AvatarKen says: 5 comments

    Amazingly proud old house! Love most of the old interior paint.

  5. JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Part of the Earlville Historic District. To the right of the house is the path of the Chenango Canal, completed in 1836 to link the Erie Canal to the Susquehanna River and points to the south. George Page (1772-1842) conducted trade here, and the house was built by Page and/or his son George M. Page (1818-1882). The NRHP report gives a build date of 1856 with no evidence.
    The Pages owned canal boats and the surviving barn was used to store goods transported on the canal. G.M. Page had 6 children by his 2 wives, and his eldest son, Caleb Starr Page, lived in the house for many years.

    Earlville is a lovely little place full of old houses:

    • JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
      OHD Supporter

      We should also mention the pristine 180 year old exterior of the front section with classic Greek Revival details, and the early rear ell with its inset porch facing the canal. The interior has some fine original window casings and some nice old flooring. Unfortunately the old mantel was replaced years ago with the brick Heatilator fireplace, though that’s good this time of year. A couple more w-b stoves would help too. 4 acres in the village!
      Although economic activity is limited in the area, it’s on my shortlist. The house is in Chenango County, and Madison County is across the road.

  6. RosewaterRosewater says: 4558 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Laundry room and kitchen seem a tad unresolved; and perhaps under considered. Very specifically designed kitchens are only a benefit if you can find a buyer who “loves” what you did. Keeping your project a “timeless”, quality, build will pay off in the end. Many folks delude themselves thinking their home will be their “forever home”, and thusly over customize to their own individual tastes, or current trends. Please refer to the iconic John Lennon lyric/quote.

    Aside from a few small missteps, the house is of fine quality and quite well preserved.

  7. AvatarDoug Augustin says: 5 comments

    Does it appear to anyone else that Windows on the second floor front were closed to add closets to the rooms? Specifically the room with the gold stripe wallpaper. The windows on the from are placed lower due to the heavy entablature. That closet would be where the closed shutter is on the outside.


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