Ovid, New York (Seneca)
Located right in the sweet spot between Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake, sits this amazingly preserved historical stone house. This is a very private and quiet country setting within a few miles of some of the Finger Lakes wineries. Step inside this charming 2492 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 half bath home -- it feels like you've just stepped back in time to a simpler way of life. Wonderfully Preserved Masonry Stone Home mostly original woodwork and trim with some modern updates. This home is registered landmark known as the Aaron Wilson House and was built in 1835 by the Wilson Family. The interior of the home has a country kitchen with a stainless steel sink, built-in dishwasher, oven range with quartz cook top and refrigerator freezer with eat-in breakfast area. There is a formal dining room with the original hardwood floors that leads into a large spacious living room. Leading from the living room there is a bedroom with an attached office space that could be used as an in-law suite. The second floor has 3 spacious bedrooms with gleaming wood plank floors, plenty of closets and an updated full bath. The majority of the windows have been updated with double insulated windows. As you enter the house from the rear there is a mudroom pantry area and a separate room with a Swedish style wood fired sauna. The farm acreage surrounding the house offers some of the most fertile and well-drained soils in the region, and there is a small wood lot that could be utilized for firewood or tap some maples to produce your own maple syrup. The topography of the land is mostly level with some rolling fields. There are 54 total acres on the farm of which 44 acres are tillable with the remaining being woods and some hedgerows. The grounds have two older barns, one of which was built in the late 1800's and the other is a more modern barn this is used for hay and equipment storage. Soil maps available upon request.
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This 181+ acre property is located less than 20 miles from Ithaca and ... Read More