If a five-figure property ever deserved restoration, it’s this Oneonta stone house, still standing strong since 1828.
Talk about good bones: This 3,360-square-foot fading Federal beauty has definitely got those. What it needs is just about everything else while making sure its c.1820s character is kept intact. And, this house has been waiting for that restoration since we first featured it here back in 2019. Will 2022 finally be its year?
We certainly hope so, because the potential here is almost irresistible if you’re a fan of historic architecture…
…and get excited about things like refinishing cherry, oak, and pine floors and hanging drywall.
Some rooms in the potentially-five-bedroom layout don’t look half-bad, but it’s safer to assume that the whole thing’s going to need a complete floor-to-ceiling overhaul. The listing does boast, however, of a new roof and back wall plus plumbing and electrical improvements.
There appear to be two kitchens included in the floor plan, one of which comes with some original built-ins.
The just-under-an-acre-sized property also includes a small shed…
…all of which is situated about 9.5 miles north of Oneonta in Otsego County, NY. From here, Cooperstown is less than a half-hour’s drive away.
Hankering to get started transforming this Oneonta stone house? Find out more about 2570 State Highway 28, Milford, NY from Keller Williams Upstate Properties.