c. 1900 – Belmont, NY – $89,900

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33 Willets Ave, Belmont, NY 14813

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  • $89,900
  • Foreclosure
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4744 Sq Ft
  • 1.3 Ac.
This early 1900s historic Victorian home has character and style rarely seen! Seemingly endless space inside with this home having bragging rights to over 4700 square feet! Six bedrooms and three bathrooms; additional bedrooms are easily possible. Four fireplaces add beauty and warmth! Bonus areas include a formal dining room, two living rooms, library/study, walk in pantry, and a sun room with walls of windows overlooking the back yard and scenic view. Additional interior highlights include multiple stained glass windows, original high quality hardwood floors in most areas, and incredible woodwork throughout. Outside the home you will find a large lot including 1.3 acres of land, blacktop driveway, detached garage, and a covered patio for outside enjoyment. *Fannie Mae Homepath Property*
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Todd Vandyke, VanDyke Agency
(716) 581-0724
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8 Comments on c. 1900 – Belmont, NY – $89,900

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  1. Fannie Mae home path makes this a great deal for a young family. All it needs is spit and polish. Hope it is preserved and not cut into apts.

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  2. BethanyBethany says: 3464 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I’m smitten! What a wonderful old girl. Do we think that is lincrusta or embossed paper in that first room, with the gorgeous fireplace alcove?

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  3. I couldn’t find any of the stained glass windows the realtor boasted about. But this is a wonderful, spacious home and like dunamovin, I hope they don’t ruin it by making apartments out of it.

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  4. Scott CunninghamScott Cunningham says: 394 comments
    1856 Tudor (fmr Victorian)
    Leavenworth , KS

    Very roomy. Looks like two complete houses that have been combined into one, and then a nice big patio/porch added on to the back corner.

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  5. ErnieErnie says: 325 comments
    AK

    Holy Cow! That is a whole lotta house for not much money. If you have a good sized budget it could sure leave enough to pay for the work the home needs. I can’t imagine a roof that big will be cheap to have done in NY. 2018 property taxes were nearly $5000 so depending on the budget you may even be able to set a few years aside for that.

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  6. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 824 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    Nice sized parcel at over an acre. Unfortunately, there appears to be active railroad tracks at the far end of the property. Fencing would be essential to keep children/pets safe!

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  7. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 824 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    Interesting property history courtesy of
    https://oldhousesunder50k.com/under-100k-sunday-update-beautiful-ny-foreclosure-on-1-3-acres-reduced-to-under-90k/

    “The home was owned by the Honorable Charles Hiram Brown (1858-1933). Charles began his career as an attorney, then District Attorney of Allegheny Co. for three terms, and then United States Attorney for the Western District of New York He was elected Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York in 1906 and served for 14 years before retiring.

    Charles was married to Alice C. Smith, and they had five children together. Alice died young (1860-1905), so I am not sure if she or the children ever lived in this house. I can go back as far as 1920 when Charles lived here with his sister-in-law Clara, her two sons and a servant. By 1930, Charles and Clara were living alone in the huge house. The 1930 US Census states that the home was worth $10,000 at that time, the most expensive house on the block.”

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