1901 – Geneva, NY – $245,000

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Added to OHD on 4/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/15/19   -   7 Comments
182-184 N Main St, Geneva, NY 14456

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  • $245,000
  • 5244 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
THIS MAJESTIC QUEEN ANNE STYLE 4 FAMILY BOASTS ARCHITECTURAL CHARM, CHARACTER AND DETAILS FOUND ONLY IN OLDER HOMES AND IS LOCATED IN THE HISTORICAL NORTH COMMUNITY OF GENEVA IN THE HEART OF THE CITY!. This unique property features a brand new roof, new electric, newer exterior paint & masonry, gorgeous Stained Glass Windows, Pocket doors & Hardwood floors! Built as a side by side double, this home now features 4 units to include, 1 Four bedroom, 1 two bedroom, a one bedroom, a studio apartment, off street parking and an additional adjacent lot! Walking distance to Restaurants, shopping, the Lake & the Hobart William Smith College!
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Gail Vanderbrook, Howard Hanna
(315) 573-3720
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7 Comments on 1901 – Geneva, NY – $245,000

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  1. AvatarBethH says: 68 comments
    1999 Dutchess County, NY

    Fantasizing already…. we buy this now, and keep it rented for the next two years until our daughter graduates high school. Then we move up there (hey, she wants to go to U Buffalo, anyway!), and turn one side into a single family for ourselves and keep the other side rented to two tenants. Now, how to implement my plan and get my husband to go along with it…

  2. JimHJimH says: 4115 comments
    OHD Supporter

    This was built as a double house for Robert F. Howard (1867-1933), a salesman who eventually owned Howard’s Dry Goods. He lived in #182 to the right with his bride Mary Carr and later their 2 sons. Robert’s sister Joanna lived in #184 with her husband William A. Smith and her mother, Mrs. Abbie Howard. The Howards lived there the rest of their lives and the house passed to their son, Robert F. Howard Jr.

    An impressive and attractive house! It would be interesting to take a tour to see how much alteration was done to create the current apartment setup.

  3. RosewaterRosewater says: 4410 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    This has to be the most architecturally whimsical Victorian doubles EVER. Wow. Cool.

  4. MJGMJG says: 504 comments
    1887 Queen Anne

    I’d love to see an old photo of this house. I wonder if there were railings on the room line or some sort of cresting. Appears flat to house that sort of thing. Too bad the railings on the roof of the porches are gone. Nice to have a balcony.
    This house has some really nice features. I love the Moorish art glass window.
    I would buy this house if it were closer to me eventually convert it back into a side by side duplex. Has a lot of potential. I have lived with people over me in apartments before and don’t enjoy the many varying sounds that distract and keep you up at night. Makes me curse, and shout things that I regret in the morning lol

  5. MichaelMichael says: 1268 comments

    It does have quite a striking exterior I find very appealing. I agree with MJG’s comments. It would be nice to find an old picture to see that the railings and crestings looked like!

    • MJGMJG says: 504 comments
      1887 Queen Anne

      So looking closer at the pictures, I presume that the right side of the building still is a full first and second floor apartment. The left side was probably turned into the rentals. Probably the staircase from the second floor for egress. But what I’m curious is about the third floor. Does the apartment go across the entire attic or does it only go over the apartment side. Which may account for it being referred to as “studio apartment”. Who knows.

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