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Salem farmhouse on 22 acres on the market for lower than $1.5 million

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A quintessential farmhouse, 111 County Route 31 in Salem was constructed almost two centuries in the past in 1830 when Andrew Jackson was president and there have been solely 25 states within the union. The historic house in the present day provides greater than 4,000 sq. ft of dwelling house nestled upon almost 200 acres of picturesque Washington County land. There are rolling pastures, spring-fed ponds, grassy hills and extra to discover outdoor. This Colonial additionally provides some distinctive luxuries, like an airplane runway, hangar, horse stalls and cattle run. The house’s inside showcases conventional farmhouse attraction, with wooden beams, uncovered brick and wide-plank hardwood flooring. The primary home contains 4 bedrooms and three-and-a-half loos. There’s additionally a comfortable two-bedroom, one-bathroom A-frame pitched roof condominium, excellent for friends who need to cease by — or fly in — for the weekend.

Record worth: $1,335,00. Taxes: $22,600. To study extra, contact Ashley Schorpp, actual property agent with 4 Seasons Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, at 518-703-0666.


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