4994 State Highway 8, New Berlin, NY 13411
$54,900 OFF MARKET
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This fixer upper is not a Federal as the realtor states, but an Italianate. It sits on almost nine acres with frontage on the Unadilla River.
It was originally the home of carpenter and wagon maker David E. Pendleton (1843-1915), his wife Minerva Alcott and their children Mary, Amon, Walter and Somers. Pendleton moved to New Berlin in the late 1860s, and most likely built the house at that time. The couple raised their children here, and made their living on a small farm with just a few cows and gardens for produce.
While the original staircase most certainly was replaced in the 1920s, we love the ornate brackets and elaborate window crowns and door hood.
8.915 Acres Bordering Unadilla River ( 183.41 Frontage) 1870 Federal Style fixer upper with Double Entry Stairway Edge of Village Line-Close to Park All Original Wood Flooring And Trim Through Out Home, Wood Trim Hasn’t Been Butchered -10′ Ceiling Up & Down New Rubber Roof And Soffits, August 2019 Ready for Your Own Style of TLC.