Delmar, New York
1 North Street, Delmar,NY 12054
|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,500|
- 1st Floor Bath
- Dining room
- Dry Basement
- Entry Hall
- Gourmet Kitchen
- Living room
- Unfinished Basement
- Walk out Basement
- Master bedroom upstairs
- 2 Car Garage
- Automatic outside lights
- Driveway - Paved
- Fenced Yard
- 1 Outbuilding
- Storage Building
- Basement Workshop
- Built-in Cabinets
- Ceiling Fans
- Ceramic Tile
- 4 Fireplaces: Gas logs
- High Ceilings
- Laundry Chute
- Natural gas fireplace
- Wood floors
- Shingle Roof: Slate
- Slate Roof
- City sewer
- City water supply
- Gas heating
- Security System
- Water Heater - Gas
- 14-foot Ceilings
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
- Pocket Doors
- Stained Glass Windows
- Tin Ceiling(s)
- 20 commissioned stain glass windows
- 3 separate driveways
- All 3 master bedroom closets cedar lined
- cedar privacy fence
- fountains & water features
- hot tub
- perennial gardens
- pressed polished brass ceiling
- terraced backyard
- Wine cellar
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More About This House
Custom features throughout include, crown molding and picture molding in every room.
The properly functioning pocket doors are located at the entrance to the formal living room, formal dining room and also into the first floor bath.
There are over 20 stained glass windows throughout all custom designed and locally made. The rest of the windows have been updated to Anderson to provide for maximum insulation.
The 4 zoned heating system is powered by a Budurus furnace.
The foundation consists of stacked bluestone.
Custom wall coverings consist of:
Blue damask in the parlor room
Cream damask in the formal dining room
Light gold damask in the master bedroom
All paper professionally hung.
Surrounding AreaTop Rated Bethlehem School District , this house is situated on .61 acre of lovingly tended to gardens.
Right next to the "rail trail" and in the hamlet of Delmar NY which is located in the town of Bethlehem. Walking distance to the 4 corners which has various stores and restaurants.
Elm Park is a 10 minute drive to picnic and swimming.
Close proximity to Albany and a 30 minute drive to Saratoga.
60 minutes to Lake George and a short distance to local malls and shopping.
HistoryBuilt in 1907 by the Baker family across from the Railroad tracks and eventually occupied by the Selkirk family for a number of years this home has gone through a few transitions.
It's current owners have updated and expanded the home to meet the needs of current times while respecting the beauty of it's rich history.
When George and Bernie first purchased the home it was in such a state of disrepair that relatives and friends thought they were crazy.
"We were thinking how are they going to do all of this?" George's sister said at their annual New Year's day open house.
Two and a half decades later it's apparent that they did just what they set out to do.
Room by room they brought the house through a gradual metamorphosis, lovingly transforming it into the beauty it is today.
Recent ImprovementsSignificant updates have been made to the home including
Large 24 x 26 great room with Cathedral ceiling
Heated two car garage
All electric and mechanicals
Anderson windows throughout
Oak hardwoods on first floor
Pergola in yard
Custom three tiered gazebo
Ergonomically styled kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances
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