Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies

Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies
Hampton National Historic Site

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Isn't it Lovely? 1860 Italianate, Nelliston, New York

Nestled in a quaint, historic Mohawk Valley village, this gracious brick Victorian Italianate mansion was built by the gentlemen the town is named after. In addition to six bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, this airy two story home features nearly 13 foot ceilings, crown moldings, a butler’s pantry off the dining room, a cozy pantry off kitchen, a conservatory extending off the parlor and living room, 9 ft. windows and so much more. Although it only has 1.5 acres of property, the views seem pretty wide open and spectacular. I really like the feel of this one. And for a 6,600 square foot mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it's really quite reasonable at just $395,000. Too bad it's up in the serious snowbelt. But for that price, one might be able to also have a condo or a cottage down south......


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