1875 Italianate – Sherburne, NY – $499,000

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Added to OHD on 5/16/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/17/19   -   23 Comments
2451 State Highway 80, Sherburne, NY 13460

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  • $499,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 4.5 Bath
  • 4996 Sq Ft
  • 2.9 Ac.
Restored Victorian graced by exquisite architectural details including museum quality plaster ceiling medallions & moldings, interior window shutters and pocket doors, decorative white marble fireplaces, ornate cast iron steam radiators, antique chandeliers, brazilan cherry floors, wood wainscoting throughout, high-end kitchen w/Thermadore appliances, custom cabinets & carvings, wet bar w/wine cooler, walk-in pantry. Living room, parlor, study, family room. Beautiful formal dining room as well as casual kitchen dining. Master BR suite plus 4 guestrooms & 2 additional full baths. Outbuildings inc. 3 car garage/carriage barn, greenhouse, smokehouse all on a 3 acre well landscaped yard. Gorgeous property!
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Suzanne Martin, Suzanne L. Martin Real Estate
(315) 824-2203
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23 Comments on 1875 Italianate – Sherburne, NY – $499,000

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  1. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 10338 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks JimH for sharing!

    • AvatarTodd says: 1 comments

      My Uncle used to own this place many, many years ago.. unfortunately previous owners have stripped the house of murals, original fixtures and furniture that were supposed to remain with the house.

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 4549 comments
        OHD Supporter

        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        Magnificent house! Sure would like to have seen it before, as you mentioned.

        Those epic, converted gas sconces are really something else!

        Hope you see this note and will be kind enough to respond and answer whether the sconces are original to this house, (which I doubt); as well as to the purpose of the uber elegant little brick structure with the curious door out back.

        Cheers! Thanks’ in advance 🙂

        Don’t know if the fountain is very old; but it is gorgeous and delightful!

  2. ArkhamArkham says: 76 comments

    Oh my, there is a lot of gorgeousness to this place.
    That gazebo…

  3. Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1307 comments

    I love the built in interior shutters. It looks like the replaced all the hardwood floors. I’m wondering what would have been on the floors originally.

  4. AvatarMystra says: 20 comments

    Oh, lovely, absolutely lovely. I’m so happy with the pictures of the outbuildings, not all listings give us pictures of the outbuildings. Another Adam’s family mansion to lust after (deep, heartfelt sigh)

  5. Avatardkzody says: 279 comments

    Such a luscious home. You feel as though you can just move right in.

    • AvatarJon says: 11 comments

      Luscious is the perfect adjective. The interiors…the gazebo…that fountain! 100% agree with you, dkzody!

  6. AvatarZoomey says: 501 comments

    Stunning house, inside and out. Do you think those ornate interior window moldings are original to the house? I love the sitting area with the white wainscotting. Could that be on the third floor? Not crazy about the overdone kitchen, but I love the curved walls! And the elegant radiator and doors in the dining room. Beautiful house.

  7. AvatarGeoffreyPS says: 102 comments

    Why does the radiator have doors? Does anyone know?

    • Avatardreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership ~Colleen~ says: 1260 comments

      I’m told those are blanket warmers in bedrooms, and if there is one in dining room, they keep rolls and breads warm.

    • Avatarcarrowmac@gmail.com says: 73 comments

      They were also used as plate warmers….

  8. AvatarAnne M. says: 559 comments

    Wow, this is spectacular!

  9. Marcia AmesMarcia Ames says: 27 comments
    OHD Supporter

    To use as a warming oven for plates or bread.

  10. Avatarjoy says: 5 comments

    pity I didn’t live in that area instead of Melbourne, Australia…. looks gorgeous love an old home renovated…

  11. AvatarLorenN says: 22 comments

    The acreage is stunning and artfully amazing! The exterior & interior is exceptionally detailed. Although I like the style of Lions and huge paw feet pillars shown in the kitchen–I think those paws would get dented and scratched & not a great place for them. Interesting Eclectic choice of décor from Africa in some of the areas. While it is historically known that people of wealth traveled the globe and brought back treasures…perhaps that is what the owner wanted to portray? Beautiful home and acreage of Mansion Quality with modern comfort in the kitchen.

  12. AvatarLisaR says: 3 comments

    Jaw has officially dropped!

  13. AvatarDano says: 15 comments

    Does anyone know what the small little structure is by those ancient cedars ? Has a neat decorative little door but what is it??

    • ArkhamArkham says: 76 comments

      Based on the list of outbuildings, that would probably be the smokehouse.

  14. AvatarJennifer HT says: 796 comments

    Wow! What a stunner!

  15. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10338 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted 2016, lower price, moved to front page. Comments above may be older.

  16. NonaKNonaK says: 152 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Austin, TX

    I love the beefy newel post! Beautiful house. Painted or not, original floors or not, etc. it’s awesome to me that a house of this caliber still stands proud and loved.

  17. AvatarBethany otto says: 2660 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    I’m having sudden cravings for wedding cake. Seriously, what a stunner. The kitchen doesn’t really “go” but other than that, wow!

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