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1847 Italianate

Upstate New York Farm Beauty, Seclusion

Front view
Front view
Photo from 1880s once featured on cover of Oxford Historical Society Calendar as the "Mowry Home"
Privacy and serenity on homestead with historically preserved 1847 farmhouse surrounded by 10 acres of lawn, pasture, meadows and trees. Two barns with water and electric. Two miles outside of quaint and historic Oxford, NY. Perfect gentleman's farm, keeping animals or converting barns for other uses. Four colleges within communting distance. Easy drive to Binghamton and Ithaca.
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Big Barn
Big Barn
English style barn with water and electric to the right as you are looking at the front of the house with a circular drive
West lawn view
West lawn view
Looking at view of house from west lawn lawn. House, barns and lawn surrounded by 10 acres of pasture and trees.
Interior view of main room
Interior view of main room
Main room with view into kitchen. Lopi wood stove is for supplemental heating. Main radiant heating system gives excellent warmth.
Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 2,000
Acres 10.0

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Upstate New York beauty in million dollar setting. Privacy and serenity with views of pristine Chenango County hills & farm country. Pre Civil-War 1847 farmhouse. Well-maintained older home with historic Italianate-style charm on 10 acres including lawn, pasture, meadow.

12 room home with 4 bedrooms (3 up, 1 down)plus office and one full bath. Two barns with electric and water. Circular drive. New roof 2007. Sits two miles outside of quaint, historic, Oxford, NY. Farmhouse was featured on the Oxford Historical Society calendar cover. Could be on historic register and has a documented family history. Built in 1847 by Washington Mowry and generations of that family lived there until the 1950s. Another family lived there until 1990 when current owners purchased it. Buyers would be only the fourth family to live in house.

Updated bath and great room. Historical integrity intact. Approx. 4 hour scenic drive on historic route 17 to Manhattan, easy drive to Binghamton. Four colleges within commuting range -- Cornell and Ithaca one hour away.

Light filled house with front southern exposure - eastern and western exposure in kitchen for morning sun and evening sunset.

House was once the Manor house of the area with gorgeous expansive views. Hardly any visible neighbors and yet you can walk to downtown, quaint Oxford in 15 minutes and drive it in 3 minutes.


DETAILS
Well-maintained older home with original wood windows, moldings, doors. Approx 2,000 sq ft. Double attic. Kitchen Aid DW, Amana refrigerator Frigidaire clothes washer & dryer. Stainless steel sinks and counter. 8' ceilings downstairs. Full basement laid stone flagstone floor. Oil boiler, hot water radiant heat - oil-fired hot water heater. Lopi wood stove in main room. Double parlor with original french doors.

Exterior Gorgeous, expansive views. Four of the 10 acres once certified organic. Clapboard siding. Famous Oxford bluestone porch and stoops. English style Barn 60X30 with water and electric. Barn behind house, 18X 24 wood floor, heat, electric, water hydrant. Wide circular drive. Maple, ash, hardwoods, lilac bushes, daffodils, peonies. House has a new shingle and rubber roof (2007). Well water - New well pump 1999. Two -1000 gal septic tanks installed in 1995.

Archived in April, 2013

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