1913 Craftsman – Warrensburg, NY

Added to OHD on 8/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 7/1/20   -   6 Comments
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41 Elm St, Warrensburg, NY 12885

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  • $189,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 1881 Sq Ft
  • 0.19 Ac.
They don't make them like this 1913 Craftsman bungalow, which evokes warm feelings inside & out! From the wide covered porch & grand street presence on one of Warrensburg's prime & walkable blocks. Step inside this 4-bed/3 bath 3,000 sq-ft home & feel the magic. Open main floor centers around massive Hudson River rock hearth fireplace. Adirondack chestnut floors & trim. Chef's kitchen blends charm w/commercial range, hood, soapstone counters. Grand hallway up leads to 3 bedrooms + full bath, 2 walk-in closets/1 cedar. Finished basement adds 1 bedroom, full bath, laundry room, workshop, den. 2-car garage, rear deck, fenced yard & vinyl siding for easy care looks like the original cedar shake. Backup generator! New LP heating system. Lake George, ADK, Gore Mt. This one beams 'Trophy House!'
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Scott Varley, Keller Williams Realty
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6 Comments on 1913 Craftsman – Warrensburg, NY

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  1. BulldogmamaBulldogmama says: 29 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1920 Craftsman
    Canby, OR

    A pink kitchen!! ?someone’s got guts! ? great house!!!

    • ItismeItisme says: 26 comments
      1948 Tudor
      El Dorado, KS

      Was going to say the same thing! Haha
      I’d probably change the countertops to white, otherwise kind of love it!
      The first house we bought when we moved to Kansas had pink metal cabinets…at the time I hated them…silly me. (;

  2. jeannesmithjeannesmith says: 67 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1968 ranch
    New Bern,

    I love the kitchen cabinets and they look as if they could be original because there are no toe kicks. Not sure about a pink kitchen even though pink is my favorite color. I also love the hardware on the cabinets

  3. WishingAnDreamingWishingAnDreaming says: 144 comments
    Longview, TX

    “Mamie” Pink! Mamie Eisenhower’s favorite color was pink and she had pink tile bathrooms and pink kitchen. Everyone wanted to copy the first lady, hence, alot of pink was used in 1950’s new homes and remodels.

  4. TorgyTorgy says: 185 comments
    1964 Brick Ranch
    Denver, CO

    My favorite. Even the kitchen has the beamed ceilings. Don’t see that often. I think a wall was removed to the dining area. A few doors are missing in the kitchen. There were always at least 4 or 5 doors in the kitchen of these homes. lol. Everything is grand and original. Looks like the extra large entry door. Can you believe that stone fireplace? Maybe they moved the kitchen. This is a wonderful remodel.
    My kind of home.

  5. BethHBethH says: 235 comments
    1999 Dutchess County, NY

    I love the kitchen cabinets, but don’t know if I could handle the pink… I might have to repaint. But they look just like the doors on Hoosier cabinets, right down to the hardware! I doubt they’re original (did anyone have built in cabinets in 1913?), butsomeone really did their homework on what would give modern convenience with a period look.

    Warrensburg is a cute little town in the Adirondacks, and I wish this house could wait two short years for me… get my daughter out of high school, and then I’d move north! I’d have to drag my husband kicking and screaming though… did I mention Adirondacks? We went to college 3 hours north of Warrensburg (lower Alaska, pretty much), and remember first snows in October and last snows (not kidding) in May…

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