- #38243 -- $475,000 -- 2.51 Acres
- 5 Bedrooms - 3 Full Bath - 1 Half Bath - 2500 Square Feet
- Location: Meredith NY
- Master Suite
- Fantastic Kitchen
- Unbelievable Studio
- Wide Plank Floors
- Blue Stone Patio-walk ways
- Amazing Landscape
- Call or Text: (607) 434-7048 for more INFO
- OR.... EMAIL: MJWakin@TimberlandProperties.net for more INFO
Fully Renovated- Historic and Modern
#38243 -- $475,000
6180 County Hwy 14, Meredith NY
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An HISTORIC home with broad strokes of CONTEMPORARY and MODERN renovations fused beautifully. The KITCHEN has the “wow” factor, custom design with no details overlooked. The flooring is made from a hickory snow fence, customized and flown in from Wyoming, (just stunning). White glass fronted cupboards (self closing) complimented with black quartz countertops. Sharp and sleek all the way around. The Island hosts a stainless steel double sink with shelving underneath. Plenty of room for seating. Entertaining or cooking for large number won’t be an issue with a FIVE BURNER GAS STOVE accented with a stainless steel hood and glass back splash. The DOUBLE OVEN can even convert to a pizza oven. Plenty of room for a dining table and seating area. The light pours in and brings the kitchen alive with French Doors leading out to a perfectly landscaped Blue Stone Patio. Formal DINING ROOM has new wide plank flooring, a wrought iron “candle stick” chandelier, original window and door “dog ear” frames, with new glass pocket doors leading to the library.The LIBRARY was architecturally designed and constructed with adjustable shelving and deep drawers made for storage. Original wide plank flooring and “dog ear” window and door frames and track lighting complete the picture. The LIVING ROOM, (FIREPLACE) has new hardwood floors and the original shiplap ceiling. The Fireplace maintains the original mantle, side warming oven, and fireplace cooking hook. The screen was designed and made by a local artist, iron sculpture embellished with oak leaf and acorn detail. Main Floor BEDROOM, with original floors, a door to the back of the fireplace warming oven, and a new all cedar closet. Main floor FULL BATH with new fixtures, tile floor and glass brick shower “window” bringing the outdoors inside. Stairway to the second floor is original. Note the original newel post, unique spindles and one piece banister. There is a small office space on the upstairs landing.The PRIVATE MASTER SUITE features a large three window bedroom with original wide plank chestnut floors, large walk in closet and new MASTER BATH with heated floor, walk in shower, large tub and double sinks on a custom vanity. The upstairs sitting/TV room completes the master suite which can be closed off from the rest of the second floor. Three more bedrooms have yet another full bath just for them. The GROUNDS, include a spring-fed pond stocked with Koi. The pond drains into to two smaller frog ponds. There are three raised beds for flowers or vegetables, two cutting gardens, and a shade garden with a stone walk and wall. The one-time goat shed has been utilized as a greenhouse. Flourished with multitudes of specimen trees, shrubs, perennials, fruit trees. (just to name a few) The four-bay BARN featured in “Meredith’s Dairy Barns: Past and Present” has three levels built into the side of the hill. Originally a three bay “bridge” barn, The top level includes a 750 sq ft APARTMENT with two bedrooms and comes completely furnished. The rest of the top level is totally dominated by the western wall of glass, which perfectly frames a summer sunset. When the apartment was created for an artist, the rest of the level was used as her studio and gallery. During the last eight years the gallery and lower barn have hosted artists and artisans participating in the annual Treadwell Stagecoach Run Art Festival.
MECHANICAL UPDATES: septic leech, plumbing, electric, heating, well pump, water filtration system,,