History and Charm Abound at the Joseph Arnold House at Pegasus Farm, $1.49M

  |  August 31, 2021

Charm abounds in this center-chimney colonial on 10 manicured acres in Saratoga County. Originally constructed circa 1800 in Clifton Park, in approximately 1986 the house was carefully disassembled and moved to its current location, nestled into an apple orchard in Burnt Hills.

The impeccably maintained yet upgraded historic home offers three bedrooms, a flex room, two-and-a-half baths, a full bath on the first floor, first floor laundry room with soapstone sink, walk-in pantry, original millwork, mantels, and incredible wide plank wood floors throughout.

The kitchen has its original wood countertops. The informal dining room is combined with a cozy family room; a formal dining room and formal sitting room offer many options, including a library, TV room, play room, and more. The home office has its own entrance to the outside, a fireplace, and half bath. Located next to the first floor full bath, it could also be used as a first floor bedroom.

Exterior features include a flagstone patio, hot tub, two-bay garage, three-stall horse barn, fenced and unfenced pasture, apple trees, raised-bed vegetable gardens, and perennials galore. Other special features include five original and working fireplaces, a wine cellar, gym, office, and solar panels. A full basement with Bilco door and full walk-up attic add to the benefits.

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