Bid a fond adieu to renting forever with this Schorharie County farmhouse on 1.4 acres…
Happy Five-Figure Friday, Upstaters! It’s not often we find a five-figure property that is move-in-ready. But renovated? Even rarer. And yet, here we are, looking at this farmhouse up in Schoharie County, west of Albany, NY.
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s a picture of the three-bedroom, 1,794-square-foot home’s remodeled kitchen:
The new kitchen, bathroom, electrical system/breakers, insulation, walls, laminate floors, fixtures, some plumbing, windows, doors, and tiles all came about between 2008 and 2012. Also comes with a new coat of paint, driveway, roof, wood stove (less than 4 years old), and pumped/inspected septic system. This home, while originally built in 1897, is more new than old, and, trust us, you don’t really want to renovate a vintage country farmhouse unless you really, really want to renovate a vintage farmhouse because it’s what you do. You know who you are.
Need a big yard? This property’s got one at 1.4 acres nestled on the edge of the Little Schoharie Creek. Harvest the pre-existing raspberry bushes and apple trees already on the land, and start your own brood in the chicken coop. Plenty of space to plant flowers and veggies, too. Bonus: Two-story red barn awaiting your vision.
Middleburgh is in eastern Schoharie County, about 40 minutes from the state’s capital to the east and Cooperstown to the west. It’s gorgeous countryside north of the Catskill Mountains, 3 hours from NYC.
Think you might’ve hit the jackpot with this Schoharie County farmhouse for under $100K? Find out more about 1451 Huntersland Road, Middleburgh here.