As impressive as this beautiful home in Lee Center seems, there is so much more to it than meets the eye.
Take a look at this 4500 square foot, 3.73 acre ranch, located in rural Lee Center, just a short drive north of Rome and a 4 minute drive from Lake Delta. The 4 bed, 3.5 bath home itself is impressive, but wait until you see everything else on the property.
The brand new kitchen is fully equipped with sleek quartz countertops and high-end, stainless appliances. Bring your meals into the dining room, which is adjoined with a double-sided gas fireplace.
How about enjoying your morning coffee in a beautiful sunroom? With it's own private French doors and a walkout brick patio, it's not a bad way to start your day!
Walk down to the lower level of the house and you'll find the guest suite. The floor is complete with its own full kitchen, living room, bedroom, walk-in closet, gym, laundry hookup and separate entrance. It's perfect for the in-laws or even a rental for additional income.
One of the more recent additions to the property is the dual entry pole barn. It comes with its own full bath and laundry room, making it a perfect spot to clean up before going back to the house. Inside the barn is A LOT of space, allowing you to store all of your toys, snowmobiles, trucks and even an RV.
Tour the ranch for yourself and see all there is to love. You think the property itself is perfect, wait until you hear the price. It's not as high as you'd think.
This Fancy, Owner Built Ranch in Lee Center Could Soon Be Yours
Here is a beautiful ranch you have to see for yourself. The 4500 square foot, 3.73 acre property is located in Lee Center. The 4-bed, 3.5-bath estate with a newly built pole barn comes in at an asking price of $799,000.
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Check Out this 19th Century Abandoned Farm House in Saratoga
Located on the grounds of the vast Saratoga Spa State Park, it's known as the La Tour Farmhouse. Back in 2009 the Post Star did an expose on the home, which has sat vacant for decades. Apparently it has a very rich history. It was built circa 1835 as part of a large 135 acre farm, in the early 1900's it was converted into a two family home. As Saratoga State Park began to expand, the land and the house were purchased by the state in 1928. It was occupied by workers at the nearby nursery until about 1978.
After that, it was vacant. The state threw out a couple different ideas, but apparently there's not even a driveway leading to the house, which made accessibility that much more difficult. Efforts to demolish the house were hindered because of the cost associated with razing it.
As for 2022, it's difficult to find any information on the structure. It's possible that it's still there, again any plans or records for the home, at least on a Google search, show the last plans for the house came about in 2009 when David Patterson was Governor. At the time, the plan was to tear it down, but that apparently never happened.
This video and the photos were taken back in 2014 as the building just sat, waiting and waiting to find out its fate. Apparently there are some other historic abandoned structures on the site. Although damaged by nature and neglect, it's nice to see it hasn't been hit by vandals - at least at the time of this video.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.
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FOR SALE: 7551 North Main Street, Newport NY
Built in 1846, this Italiante mansion located at7551 N Main Street in Newport (West Canada) sits on the water, with four bathrooms and three bathrooms. It was just listed on the real estate market. Is it worth the $999,999 price tag?