Greek Revival in Heuvelton, NY

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Added to OHD on 12/1/20   -   Last OHD Update: 4/10/21   -   9 Comments

977 State Highway 184, Heuvelton, NY 13654

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  • $89,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2500 Sq Ft
  • 5 Ac.
Stately 2 story home in the countryside (Heuvelton Schools) on 5 ac (near Fish Creek) w/oversized with (30X40)steel, garage/workshop, a carport,plus att garage is priced to sell. This 5 BR(master on main floor originally probably a DR) 2 bath home has had many updates- needs completing & finishing -opportunity for you to have it reflect your style.1st floor consists of LR,Kit,master,full bath,laundry room,family room(opens to deck to above ground pool) & 2 other rooms-storage).Upstairs 4 lg BR &full.Spacious eat-in kit w/ plenty of cabinetry &counter space(appliances included). The huge,detached garage/workshop is a main feature. Current owner primarily used wood furnace for heating hot H20($1350 past yr for wood) but there's also an oil FHA furnace.Newer H2O heater,H2O softener.Many new windows,metal roof,vinly&wood siding.
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Sharon Alford, Meyer Real Estate
Cell 315-396-4274 / Office 315-324-5999
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9 Comments on Greek Revival in Heuvelton, NY

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12498 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Needs a lot of back dating but that door surround! Love the original details still left.

  2. I was intrigued so clicked on the link. I’ve noticed a few Greek Revival houses painted this red color in NY and I have to admit that I prefer white. It seems that there are some cosmetic changes required and undoing/removing some additions but not that difficult. Great outdoor buildings. This house is just a few miles from Canada (less than 3 hrs from Montreal – and I love Montreal). But how practical is a pool? OK, I admit that I love old houses and live in an old house so I rarely care about practicality.

  3. burdockburdock says: 15 comments
    1838 knee-wall cape
    Salem, MA

    1895? Am I way off? I was thinking 1830s. It’s kind of hard to tell with all that’s been done to it and no sign of a fireplace. The elements that are left are really great, though. I like the side lights on the front door and it’s nice to see they haven’t been replaced or boarded up. I sure would like to see what floors lie beneath the carpet.

  4. Definitely needs a lot of back dating. Dropped ceilings, yikes. But I think it is well worth it.
    I absolutely believe there has to be a fireplace somewhere. Central heat wasn’t common in the middle 1800’s

  5. JimHJimH says: 5578 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Illustration from the St. Lawrence County Atlas of 1865:

    Otis C. Jillson (1807-1888) purchased this farm unimproved in 1852 and presumably built the home at that time. His portrait and bio from the 1878 county history:

    Jillsonville CA is named for his son Charles, who owned a gold mine there.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12498 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      WOW! This could be one amazing restoration if one goes by restoring it by the illustration. I’ve turned your link into an image, if anyone wants a bigger view they can right click and view image.

      • JimHJimH says: 5578 comments
        OHD Supporter

        Thanks, it’s a good one! I imagine there’s still some Greek Revival detail under the siding. The old aerials show that the barns were taken down about 15 years ago.

  6. Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 783 comments
    OHD Supporter

    As always, whenever I see a house sitting in a field like this one my first thought is it needs an attractive fence. I was delighted to see from the image JimH provided that back in the day there was a fence surrounding the barns AND the house. Of course, a fence was required around the barns. What a difference it makes!! This was certainly quite the spread in its day and hopefully will be again. I wonder what happened to the trees shown in the image outside the barn fence?


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