About the property
Just steps to Otsego Lake and Main Street Cooperstown, this pristine 1953 Colonial sits on a tree lined street with raised medians and sculptures. Otsego Lake is the gem of our town, nine miles long, it captures the Leatherstocking region with its beauty. Boating, sailing, swimming and fishing are just moments away. This home was built by the owner, an engineer, and its structural integrity is superior. Hardwood floors throughout the entire home, up and down.
The first floor offers a formal living room, a formal dining room, den/office/downstairs bedroom with 3/4 bath, open eat-in kitchen and a mudroom entrance from the breezeway to the attached garage. The second floor offers a Master bedroom with an attached sewing room, three additional bedrooms with plenty of closets and a full bath. Expansion to the large attic is an option. The lower level/basement is split, one side is an open large family room with a wood burning stove and office area, the other side has the laundry, 1/2 bath and the mechanicals. Fabulous space for a media room.
Cooperstown is a village, with a population of approximately 1, 900, in central New York State. Cooperstown is best known for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, with its interactive exhibits, artifacts and Plaque Gallery. The Farmers’ Museum, opened in 1944 on farmland that had once belonged to James Fenimore Cooper. The Fenimore Art Museum features American fine art and folk art, plus a garden with lake views. Also home to the world renowned Glimmerglass Opera Festival. Most of the historic pre-1900 core of the village is included in the Cooperstown Historic District. This home is located in the Cooperstown Central School District with 855 students throughout grades K-12 with a student teacher ratio of 12:1. Move-in ready and update as you wish. Enjoy the summer months with all that Cooperstown has to offer!