The complete overhaul of this Fort Plain Victorian is already underway. Do you have what it takes to finish the job?
Historic Fort Plain village is situated in Central New York’s Mohawk Valley, about halfway between Schenectady and Utica. Its historic district contains a number of antique buildings and homes, most kept in good condition, and while this c.1836 Queen Anne Victorian home needs work, its curb appeal is undeniable.
The interior is over 2,600 square feet in size, with a bunch of improvements already in place, like the home’s main staircase, flooring, walls, windows, doors, lighting, and so much more. Its three bedrooms remain unfinished, however, as do renovations to the 2.5 baths. Still, so much has been done, the prospect of finishing the job might not seem so insurmountable to someone with the know-now.
Lots of original details remain, spit-shined and polished up, like the soon-to-be refinished floors, stained glass windows, and moldings…
…not mention the wealth of period built-ins and wood details. But, there is currently no functioning kitchen, so best start designing your dream space now.
The three-bedroom house sits on a nearly-half-acre plot in the middle of Fort Plain village, right next door to the public library. Imagine the backyard hang-outs that will happen once the back deck is complete…
Do you have a grand vision for this Fort Plain Victorian house? Find out more about 21 Willett Street, Fort Plain, NY from Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.