c. 1750 – Schodack Landing, NY

Added to OHD on 5/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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534 River Rd, Schodack Landing, NY 12156

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  • $69,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2310 Sq Ft
  • 1.33 Ac.
HISTORIC Home lovers recreate this incredible home and property. Set on 1.33 acres along the Hudson river/Schodack creek in the hamlet of Schodack landing. Former tavern on the lower level, was a travelers stop on the River Rd. Operating wells on property, sulphur in some. Municipal septic system. Wide plank floors and beamed ceilings. 3 fireplaces, not in use. large spacious rooms. Limited seasonal river views. No central heating system. SOLD AS IS. Showings begin Friday, 5/10.
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Carmella Richards, C M Fox
(518) 861-7030
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12 Comments on c. 1750 – Schodack Landing, NY

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  1. Laurie W.Laurie W. says: 1700 comments
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    1988 Greek Revival Wannabe in beautiful countryside
    NC

    I see a gem of a cottage waiting to come out from its misfortune. Plus a lot of wildlife and peace.

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  2. ScottScott says: 349 comments
    1951 Grants Pass, OR

    Ooooooo, just give me a chance to work on this one!

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  3. JosephJoseph says: 434 comments
    1790 Northborough, MA

    Judging by the appliances and fixtures it would seem to be livable as a summer cottage while you work on it (ok, maybe need a sheet of plywood on that bathroom floor for now). And the scale would let a homeowner do a lot.

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  4. CTimmCTimm says: 30 comments
    1913 Venacular Rowhouse
    Easton, PA

    There’s so many great original features to work with here. The fireplace and window trim in the parlor are quite elegant considering the more simple design of the rest of the house. I hope the next owners use a light touch in their restoration and let the sense of age this house has remain.

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  5. JimHJimH says: 5380 comments
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    An small but well-fitted house in its day, this was the home of Dr. John Squire (1801-1889) on an old map. Dr. Squire was a local physician who also served as postmaster until the post office was moved to Herrick’s Store, which still stands across the road.

    Part of the Schodack Landing Historic District. From the NRHP report:
    Settled by Dutch families during the first quarter of the eighteenth century, the hamlet of Schodack Landing later became an important 18th and 19th century riverside trading community. Somnolent since 1900, the hamlet has retained, not only many of its old structures basically intact, but also the atmosphere of the historic hamlet.

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  6. ZannZann says: 517 comments
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    1940 Cottage
    Mobile, AL

    This home is so exciting! The right person with the right know how could make this a museum quality home. With this much original character still intact, all it needs is a gentle touch. Around here, it would be bought by a leasing company and quickly made into a generic renovation. I hope this lovely lady suffers no such fate.

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  7. Leah SLeah S says: 160 comments
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    TX

    A perfect restoration opportunity for someone. What a sweet place.

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  8. DaveDave says: 257 comments
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    1875 Queen Ann/Stick
    Des Moines, IA

    Wow! So much original material to work with. This one would be a gem for the right restorer, and the location is beautiful.

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  9. JulieJulie says: 391 comments
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    1997 1 storey contemporary

    I know it is getting harder and harder for today’s generation to get on the property ladder so I see this place-hopefully- being bought by a single person or couple with little money who have the resilience and determination to restore it. It won’t be easy and they will have to be creative about making do as they work on it but I think it would be 100% worth it.

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  10. JonJon says: 120 comments
    TN

    *begin daydream*

    Katrina Van Tassel walked these floorboards, glancing over her shoulder at Brom Bones and Ichabod Crane. One seethed with jealousy. The other obliviously munched on a biscuit.

    *end daydream*

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  11. StacyStacy says: 473 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen
    TX

    Buy ticket. Win lottery. Buy this place. Bring it back to life with its 1750’S AWESOMENESS! Enjoy!

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  12. BarbettaBarbetta says: 1 comments
    1890 Victorian
    Castleton, NY

    Hello all, I knew this house and the owner quite well and would be happy to answer any questions you might have about the house. It was lived in by the owner until a year ago. It did have at least one working fireplace in the living room. It does need work but one could definitely live there while renovating it. It was very much loved by the owner and I would be very happy to see someone move in there who would cherish it. I believe there is HUD money that could be gotten in the way of grants or low interest loans since it is located in a rural area. 20 minutes from downtown Albany (the state capital). Lots of employment, goods and services within 5-10 minute drive. Great town and great people. Barbara

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