Take ownership of this Richfield Springs Victorian now, and when Glimmerglass comes back, welcome visiting guests with open arms.
This week on Upstater, we’re perusing the real estate listings in Otsego County, toward the center of New York State. Richfield Springs is a lovely village in the north-central part of the county, populated with lots of well-maintained, historic buildings and homes like this 3,190-square-foot Queen Anne Revival built in 1905.
This grand abode is packed with period details, like intricate woodwork, trim, moldings, high ceilings, pocket doors, fireplaces, and a stunner of a main staircase.
Not only are there seven bedrooms here, there are also two parlors, a sun room, a study/library, home office, and two eat-in kitchens.
Most of the bedrooms, as well as two full baths, are on the second floor…
…while the third floor is currently set up as an apartment.
Meanwhile, outside on the nearly-an-acre property, there stands a cheerful carriage house with a second floor loft, along with a studio, potting shed, and workshop. The solar panels, which help to lower utility costs, also come with the sale.
From here, Richfield Springs’ Main Street businesses are just a few blocks away. The Glimmerglass Festival takes place just seven miles to the east on Otsego Lake, and organizers expect to mount a 2021 season. That means tourists visits to the area (nearby Cooperstown included) can stay for the weekend at this house when you get it up and running as a B&B.
Ready to take over this Richfield Springs Victorian? Find out more about 51 Church Street, Richfield Springs, NY from Coldwell Banker Prime Properties.