1903 – Granville, NY – $1,195,000

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Added to OHD on 3/30/20   -   Last OHD Update: 4/18/21   -   6 Comments

43 W Main St, Granville, NY 12832

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  • $1,195,000
  • 8 Bed
  • 6 full, 2 half Bath
  • 9400 Sq Ft
  • 0.79 Ac.
Welcome to your beautiful Victorian home where every detail has been meticulously restored in exquisite detail!With red slate roof, stained glass, custom woodwork, chip marble construction, large wraparound porch, 4 propane fireplaces and new custom kitchen with no detail overlooked to return this home to its original 1903 beauty.All new electric plumbing, radiant heat and central air, with beautiful original hardwood floors, and a whole house entertainment system.From the custom-built library and original music room, to the large wine cellar and third floor bonus rooms, this home has a lot to be discovered. As a bonus, the property has a fully restored 2800 sqft guest house with open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, 3 bed 2.5 baths. Separate 2 & 3 car heated garages, so much more to see.
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Racheal Elms, Racheal Elms
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6 Comments on 1903 – Granville, NY – $1,195,000

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  1. MJGMJG says: 2726 comments
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    House is amazing! Also what an amazing collection of stuff they have! Like a museum.

  2. JimHJimH says: 5644 comments
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    Wow – an impressive house! Used for many years as the Masonic Hall, the house was originally built for Eugene R. Norton (1856-1942), the president of Norton Brothers Slate Company. The company’s quarries produced great quantities of the green slate the area is known for.

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  3. What a Regal Mansion, Carriage Barn, and Beautiful Property! Nice to see so much is still Original and the Beautiful Unpainted woodwork! Nice job to the owners. A very Livable House and great for company.

  4. CarebearCarebear says: 1238 comments
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    Do you think the owners would throw the furniture in? They have not only restored this house beautifully, they’ve furnished it perfectly! I would not change a thing. Nope, not one thing! I just love every bit of this house! Usually, I really don’t like this style of house, with the stone front that often seems “too much” to me, and the turrets, and yeah, I really don’t care for the outside of this house. BUT…once you’re inside this house…even in photos…I LOVE IT!!!

  5. What a stunner! Like Carebear I would want the furniture to stay, it’s perfect. The detail on the wood, the plaster is just beautiful. The carriage house is all I need sizewise. I can not believe the price. I live outside Philadelphia and that home would cost you an arm and a leg if it were here. Just perfect!


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