Pocket doors! The Moore house, Circa 1860 in New York. $115,000


I love those pocket doors and the really wide baseboards! This is known as the Moore House and then it function as the Waddington Museum. The house was built in 1860. It is located in Waddington, New York. The home features a small covered front porch, hardwood  floors, tall ceilings, pocket doors, ceiling medallions and crown moulding. Situated just a couple of blocks from the river. Three bedrooms and one bathroom. $115,000

Contact Deborah Polniak with Meyer Real Estate: 315-276-9144

This will be a “Labor of Love” for that special person a vision and desire to bring a historical home back to life. What was once The Moore house and then the museum of Waddington, is now sitting waiting for the right person to bring it back to its original charm. The character and endless possibilities are there waiting. The rooms are spacious with nice high ceilings, hardwood floors, crown moldings, natural woodwork throughout, pocket doors and a beautiful staircase. The first floor has a double living room, formal dining room, kitchen, pantry, mud room and half bath. The second floor has three very spacious bedrooms and what use to be a full bath (Claw-foot bathtub is still there) and a back storage area. There is a full attic and basement. Owner has installed a new furnace, electric water heater and 200AMP circuit breaker box. The front steps were removed to install a new sewage system to the street and the village replaced from the street, but the side porch remains. A Certificate of Occupancy was issued when purchased from the village and is now registered as residential. Located only a couple blocks from the river and the river can be seen from the front yard. This really could be an amazing home.