A rare offering of a late 1700s stone home with 3 barns on 53 acres. Solid bones await your desire to renovate and restore. Much of the original character of the early settlers remains, wide plank board floors, high wood beamed ceilings, 6 over 6 and 12 over 12 windows, massive stone/brick fireplace, Federal style doors/frames. The house offers a first floor with an oversized added-on kitchen with the original stone wall exposed, a center hall foyer with staircase, small den/library and a massive dining room and living room, 9 ft fireplace, built in shelfs and a side screened in porch. The second floor has 4 bedrooms with eyebrow windows and two baths. The three oversized outbuildings include a hen house, horse/cattle barn and an oversized mixed use barn which could easily fit multiple autos or equipment. The two seater outhouse also remains. About 3 acres are cleared fields, the balance is wooded. The property consists of 3 parcels. The front parcel with the house and outbuildings is 29.40 acres (Rosendale SBL 62.3-5-10). Behind and adjoining that parcel is a 9.10 acre parcel (Marbletown SBL 62.3-3-33) which takes you to the Rail Trail. The third is a 14.9 acre parcel (Marbletown SBL 62.3-3-34) which could easily be subdivided and/or built on. It has frontage on Coxing Rd (between 35 & 55) and adjoins the Rail Trail. So many options and opportunities for subdivision of land.
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|8/3/2022 11:47:45 AM||New Value: Contingent|
|6/17/2022 9:02:38 AM||New Value: $650,000|
|3/14/2022 10:48:00 AM||New Value: $700,000|