Colonial Revival – Homer, NY – $189,900

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Added to OHD on 4/2/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/2/19   -   10 Comments
4 Elm Ave, Homer, NY 13077

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  • $189,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2135 Sq Ft
  • 0.12 Ac.
Nestled in the heart of the village, this beautiful home offers loads of character and charm. With a welcoming front porch, this home features spacious rooms with hardwood flooring, natural woodwork and large windows offering lots of light. Updated kitchen with solid surface counter tops and a walk in pantry, nice foyer with an ornamental fireplace, formal dining room with French doors that lead to the nice deck and patio area. The walk up attic is perfect for storage or could be additional living space. All this with a newer roof and storage shed, be sure to see it soon!
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Nicki Wynn, Yaman Real Estate
(607) 753-9644 / 607-745-3942
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10 Comments on Colonial Revival – Homer, NY – $189,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10059 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Possibly a George F. Barber design. You can look at another in this Paxton, Illinois home.

    Build date on record is 1920.

  2. natira121natira121 says: 286 comments
    1877 Vernacular
    Columbia River Gorge, WA

    Well, I never would have thought to pair deep cream and orange on a blue house, but I like it! And I like the kitchen too (though I would never sacrifice cupboard space for a dishwasher *grin*) The butler’s pantry is nice too.

    • AvatarCandi says: 23 comments
      Richwood, OH

      This girl would sacrifice a cupboard for a dishwasher. 🙂 But being that I prefer my kitchen sink under a window and like my dishwasher to the right… a little finagling would make this kitchen work. 🙂 But if I had to I could definitely deal. The agent mentions the walk up attic, I would love to see a picture of the space.
      The exterior colors are fantastic, I think they really work.
      Touring the street view, how cute is the neighborhood and town…
      Very lovely home!

    • AvatarBeth H. says: 61 comments

      And this girl would sacrifice an arm for a dishwasher… OK, maybe not, but STILL, every time I load that puppy (and I’ve had one for 30 years), I thank the powers that be for dishwashers in general.

  3. AvatarWesley Peters says: 11 comments

    This looks to be a smaller example of the Design No. 9 from Modern Dwellings Third Edition by George F. Barber. The front windows, porch and dormer gave it away. The layout is not consistent with the catalog image that I was looking at.

    • AvatarLori S says: 59 comments

      Hi Wesley! I love that you look at this site. I follow you on many FB pages and love seeing your posts on the George F. Barber homes, especially in Iowa! I first thought the same thing about this home but maybe has been modified at some point. Fun trying to figure out the puzzle.
      That being said, I do love this house. That butlers pantry makes me so excited!

  4. AvatarRandy C says: 420 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2015 Reverse Ranch 1/2
    Olathe, KS

    Colonial Revival? I don’t think so. I really do like this house. The interior woodwork is beautiful as is the butler’s pantry. Not sure that downspout out back is very effective though. LOL

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10059 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      You don’t?

      Hipped roof, symmetrical in form with full width porch featuring classical columns. Grouped windows in the center, I’m not going to comment about the other windows because I don’t know if they are original. You do find bay windows in some Colonial Revival’s. In “Classic Box” Colonial Revival’s you would also find two story pilasters like we find at the corners and dormer window. Speaking of the dormer windows, pedimented dormers are a Colonial Revival feature as a nod to the original Georgia and Federal pedimented dormers. There are other details I don’t have the time to point out but those are the starters.

      • AvatarGuinan says: 40 comments
        OHD Supporter

        I know it takes time, but every time you or someone (looking at you, John Shiflet and Architectural Observer, among others) expound upon architectural details, I learn so much. I, for one, am deeply grateful for the knowledge sharing on this site.

  5. AvatarKathy Cutia says: 34 comments

    One of my old areas-Homer is just outside of Cortland and about 45 min south of Syracuse. Pretty area.


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