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Added to OHD on 9/21/22   -   Last OHD Update: 9/21/22

46 Cass Rd, Nineveh, NY 13813

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  • 6 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1750 Sq Ft
  • 54 Ac.
Have you been looking for an old farmhouse to bring back to life? This one could be it. Large farmhouse with 54 acres offered for the first time. Totally private setting with property on both sides of the road which gives you lots of road frontage. Wooded and pastures. Many barns and outbuildings on the property. Bring your cows and horses and put this farm to use once again. When you need to relax take a walk down back to the beautiful stream. If you find the beauty in old, you will fall in the love with the original woodwork and the banister is just beautiful. New electric on the first floor. Newer slate roof. New boiler and hot water heater 2018. So much potential here. Property is being sold as is.
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Kimberly Akshar, Keller Williams Realty Greater Binghamton :: Office: (607) 722-0722

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1 year ago

Gorgeous! Kudos to the listing agent for the property description. It is a very romantic house

1 year ago

Cass Road is named for the family that has owned this farm in the Town of Sanford for well over a century. Valmore Nahum Cass (1851-1931) was of the 4th generation of his family that came to the area from New Hampshire just after the Revolution. After his 1882 marriage to Clara Eliza Higgins, he acquired this farm just down the road from Vallonia Springs, the site of a late Victorian resort. Eventually they built the house that survives in its basically original form. Valmore passed the modest stock raising and dairy operation to his son Ray, whose twin children Roberta and Robert worked the farm until 2005. It would be a fine thing for someone to fix up the place for a few more generations to enjoy.

Reply to  JimH | 8411 comments
1 year ago

How did you uncover all of that history, fabulous! For under $200k you get a house and 54 acres! Wow. So much original, but the interior seems dark.

Reply to  Hadthebad | 26 comments
1 year ago

An easy one actually; just found the owners currently and on a 1908 map, and connected the dots. The old photo makes it come alive!



Reply to  Hadthebad | 26 comments
1 year ago

Jim is our resident researcher and gets thing we need ASAP.

It is a cool house for sure. Wish there were more photos. It seems like they took pictures at night or the windows were draped over or something. I felt the same. There are two types of dark interiors in my opinion. Elaborate romantic dark which is the kind I like or dark in a bad way. While I don’t mind dark styled interiors, this isn’t complimentary. That blue bedroom really bothers me and makes me feel uneasy.

1 year ago

Been reading some books on climate change. They seem to agree that as it gets hotter northern areas will need to produce more food. This may be just the place to do that.

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