1860 – Wheatland, NY

Added to OHD on 2/26/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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5110 River Rd, Wheatland, NY 14546

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  • $210,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3272 Sq Ft
  • 3.35 Ac.
What a spectacular home! A true 5+ bedroom, 2 bath stately home w curb appeal! Bring the chickens/goats! Watch the 21 blueberry bushes grow from the three season porch! Set back w a circular driveway, this 1860 farmhouse retained period details like pine plank floors & wallpaper but updated the big items - full tear off roof $22k, 200 amp electric, 50 ft sand/gravel well. Heating system has been upgraded to a geo-thermal heat pump w 1000 ft of pipe buried 8 ft deep $26k. The summer kitchen is currently a laundry/exercise room. Fireplace is decorative, gas avail @ Quaker Rd. Cedar closet & TWO staircases are pleasant extras! Two play gyms & a zip line remain! 3 barns on property sold as-is. Appliances incl! 10-15 min south of RIT/UR! HOME QUALIFIES FOR 0% DOWN, CALL ME FOR DETAILS!
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Karina Shumanski, Keller Williams Realty
(585) 473-1320
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6 Comments on 1860 – Wheatland, NY

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  1. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 1013 comments
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    Lots of nice original details here… the earliest suggest that this house began as a Greek Revival c. 1830 – 1840 which was later expanded and updated with some Italianate features on the exterior c. 1860. I really like this house as it feels grand without being pretentious. Looks very livable!

  2. Carol Murray says: 82 comments

    Oh such a grand home. Every inch.

  3. Glorybe says: 142 comments

    Love all the details & would call it home sweet home…

  4. Cynthia Dillon Payne says: 12 comments

    I can’t imagine this house was built with only one fireplace. What happened to the fireplaces?

    • Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 1013 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Sadly, sometimes fireplaces were removed from old houses when steam heat (radiators) or ducted furnaces were first installed. This appears to perhaps be the case here. It took a lot of effort to do that, so fortunately most homeowners didn’t bother with it.

  5. Teri R says: 281 comments

    Sweet home! Looks very livable. The rooms are generously sized.


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