170 County Route 59A Cambridge, NY 12028
Grandma Moses would have loved this old home under $35,000 with acreage! When you visit the small town of Cambridge, New York, you’ll quickly discover what inspired some of Grandma Moses’ greatest paintings. The town is surrounded by beautiful scenery and boasts an eclectic mix of antique, art and book shops. It’s close to Vermont, Saratoga and the Troy/Albany area, and (an interesting piece of information) is the anecdotal home to pie a la mode. My sister, aunt and cousins lived here and our family visited the area often. Although this three-bedroom, one-bath home has a Cambridge address, it and its 4.5 acres actually are located in the small hamlet of Buskirk, well-known for its red, wooden covered bridge.
The circa 1830 dwelling has a lovely staircase and hardwood floors. Call me crazy, but I rather like the 1950’s era kitchen with its formica countertop. The connected two-car garage is a plus, too.
As per the realtor: “Older home in a quiet country setting on 4.5 acres in need of updating. Only offers for Owner Occupied will be reviewed during the first 20 days the property is listed. OCC must be submitted with offer. Caliber Home Loans requires purchaser to obtain a Caliber Home Loans Pre-Qualification Letter prior to accepting an offer for any non-cash transaction. Please contact Caliber Loan Consultant Eric Sandrow, NMLS #921362 at 908-244-3188 or email at email@example.com to obtain. Purchase may use any lender to obtain financing for the purchase.”
See full listing here for home under $35,000 with acreage.
I am not a realtor. If interested in this property, contact Scott Newell with Berkshire Hathaway Blake.