Listing V-149
Town of East Springfield, New York
Listing V-149

About the property

1820 five bedroom, two and a half bath early Colonial home sits on the Scenic Byway, Route 20, in the Town of East Springfield, New York. Located just 8 miles to the village of Richfield Springs and 12 miles to the historic village of Cooperstown. The lot size is .78 of an acre and is beautifully landscaped with mature fruit trees; pear, crabapple and Roma apples. The first floor offers an eat-in kitchen, (completely renovated) enclosed three season porch, office/den with built-ins, formal living room and formal dining room, with wide planked floors. In 1997 a Mother-in-Law Suite was added to the north side of the home. Complete with a custom bathroom with tiled floor and shower, wheelchair accessible and modified with grab bars. The suite has its own independent electric thermostat. Private entrance opens to a deck with a hot tub. There are additional bedrooms on the second floor and a playroom on the third floor. Outbuilding at the rear of the property, is perfect for storage or a work studio. Spacious family home in the Cherry Valley-Springfield School District.

Moments away from Cooperstown, New York, where The National Baseball Hall of Fame and many museums are located, as well as the Glimmerglass Opera Festival, Bassett Medical Center, (a teaching hospital for Columbia Presbyterian and many campus’s in our rural counties) and the Clarks Sport Center. This location has you in Albany in under an hour and west to Utica and Syracuse. Otsego County has much to offer, lakes, State Parks, trails for hiking, biking, snow shoeing, backcountry skiing and so much more. In the country, but so close to many amenities.

Listing #V-149

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

Donna Thomson, Associate Broker: (607) 287-1934

Caryn Cring, Licensed Real Estate Saleperson: (315) 534-6780

Lamb Realty, 20 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326

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