Listing V-144
Village of Cooperstown, NY
Listing V-144
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About the property

LOVELY COTTAGE style home with separate Guest quarters/apartment upstairs. Optimal as an investment property with two incomes, perfect for local physicians and hospital staff. The Basset Medical Center campus is a five minute walk. Situated in the heart of the Village of Cooperstown, New York. Walking distance to everything; the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, both Cooperstown Central School campuses, Elementary and Middle-High, Main Street, Clarks Sport Center and Otsego Lake. The home welcomes with a spacious front porch entrance, including a hanging swing for relaxing and entertaining, along with a new retractable mounted sun shade. First floor is approximately 924 square feet. Classic, beautiful stamped tin ceilings throughout, with all new paint and trim.

This welcoming setting offers a large living room, dining room, one bedroom, new kitchen with ductless mounted air conditioning, original built in pantry and fully renovated bath with washer/dryer. Off the kitchen, there is direct access to the manicured backyard. The upstairs is approximately 660 square feet. One bedroom with ductless mounted air conditioning, renovated kitchen with new stove and refrigerator. Open living room with mounted fireplace and adjoining bright potential office space.

Beautifully landscaped backyard with Espalier apple trees lining the driveway, private and welcoming for grilling, gardening delight and entertaining. Side property lined with Lilacs and Rhododendron row. Side arbor leads into backyard. There is a matching one car garage, also great for kayak storage and more. Plenty of off street parking on a quiet and lovely residential street. Move-in ready. A must see.

Listing #V-144



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Nancy Angerer, Licensed Real Estate Broker/Owner: (607) 435-3387 

Donna Skinner, Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker: (607) 287-4113

Lamb Realty, 20 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 

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