Queen Anne – Ripley, NY – $59,900

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Added to OHD on 9/13/19   -   Last OHD Update: 9/27/20   -   4 Comments
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7 Maple Ave, Ripley, NY 14775

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  • $59,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2169 Sq Ft
  • 0.33 Ac.
VICTORIAN CHARMER. You'll love the exceptional features of this wonderful, two-story, 4 bedroom, 2-full bath home, featuring beautiful, natural woodwork, hardwood flooring, decorative, natural wood staircase, built-in bench seat, stained glass window, and much more! Country, eat-in kitchen, formal dining and living rooms, first floor bedroom, full bathroom and laundry area. Spacious, second story bedrooms and full bathroom, and walk-in attic for additional space. Full basement. Covered, front porch. Two-story barn/garage. Nice yard. Conveniently located to town, school and other conveniences. Close to Lake Erie. Priced to sell!
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Brenda Burgstrom, CENTURY 21 Turner Brokers
(716) 763-7506
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4 Comments on Queen Anne – Ripley, NY – $59,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Build date on record is 1910 which is always possible but some of the exterior and interior details (woodwork) is a tad earlier than that. But again, 1910 isn’t completely out of the possibility of it being a late bloomer. 🙂

  2. CharlesBCharlesB says: 479 comments
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    1846 Gothic/Greek Revival

    I’d put the date of this place around 1890. I’d bet the front and side gables would have had crosspieces on the same foliar theme as the hoods over the parlor windows.

    Back in those days Ripley was riding the grape boom–grape juice was the first unfermented bottled juice available, long before orange and apple juice were even thought of. It became wildly popular after being served at the Columbian Exhibition in 1893. Ripley is a place where the Allegany Escarpment–a steep mountain ridge–comes closest to Lake Erie, creating a warm microclimate where grapes thrive. To this day there are thousands of acres of grape vineyards dominating the landscape, right down to the lake shore itself, and more acres of Catawba grapes than anywhere else on earth. The best grape juice is still made here in Ripley; the local ice cream parlor makes Concord grape ice cream, and the big restaurant in town is famed far and wide for its Concord grape pie. Those are rows of grapes you see in the back yard pictures of this house.

    Like Hershey, PA, Ripley actually has a smell in the air–the odor of ripening grapes. The month of September the whole town is bathed in it, becoming more vinous and complex as the month progresses. It is a joy to experience!

  3. A blue toilet and bathtub! Hopefully the matching sink is there too.
    The bathroom carpet has got to go!


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