1878 Italianate – Dundee, NY – $114,999

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Added to OHD on 4/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/18/19   -   7 Comments
41 Seneca St, Dundee, NY 14837

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  • $114,999
  • 5 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3011 Sq Ft
  • 0.35 Ac.
Beautiful and grand historic home in downtown Dundee. This 5 bedroom home oozes character as soon as you walk in the original front double doors. From an oversized and private first floor master suite with sunken tub and walk in shower, to the large chef's kitchen- you'll love the layout and the options this home offers. Gorgeous inlaid hardwood flooring, large rooms with tall ceilings, lead glass windows, private porch, and original moldings create a sense of grandeur throughout. Upstairs you'll find another 4 bedrooms, and a full bathroom, as well as a second kitchen and large attic storage. The private and quiet back yard can be enjoyed from the walk out deck off the kitchen. Don't forget the detached garage. Come and explore this wonderful home!
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Brianne Kirk, Wine Trail Properties
(315) 536-8004
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7 Comments on 1878 Italianate – Dundee, NY – $114,999

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  1. AvatarOldhousewannabe says: 16 comments

    Based on the amount of roof visible above the brackets, I wonder if there may have been a mansard roof on this house at one point in time.

    • Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 501 comments
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      1918 Bunkhouse
      WestOfMiddleOfNowhere, KS

      There can sometimes be a very fine line between the Italianate and Second Empire (Mansard) styles! In this case, I believe the house is likely a vernacular interpretation of the Italianate style as other houses in the area have similar rooflines. Here is a link to a very similar house on Zillow:


      While both houses have had the usual modifications that often occur over time, both also appear to have been originally designed in the Italianate manner.

      • AvatarRyan says: 569 comments

        Yes, there are tons of Italianates like this one in upstate New York, which I still find perplexing since a flat roof is the last thing you want when you live in a snow belt.

  2. AvatarPatrick says: 34 comments

    The mission light fixture belongs in my house.

  3. Avatarglorybe says: 152 comments

    A combination of old and new mixed, which I still prefer the old character being preserved.

  4. AvatarMazamaGrammy says: 366 comments

    This home appears to have gone through several transitions in style over the years.

    • MJGMJG says: 504 comments
      1887 Queen Anne

      I was just about to say that. The front hallway was definitely gutted and redone in the late 19th Century or Turn. The double Parlors retain their original 1878 features. While the library really has a turn of the century to the 1920 feel to it. That dark wood and coffer ceiling really scream that style. You can also see it in the doors from the original four panel doors to later period style doors.


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