Historic 1812, post and beam, built around center chimney with five fireplaces. Mudroom and pantry lead to a “keeping room” with a large fireplace and beehive oven. The kitchen, baths and first floor laundry have brick flooring. Original front entrance leads to dining room with fireplace and painted, period-style floors, and to the living room, also with fireplace, and original parson’s cupboard. The den has built in cupboards and bookshelves leading to a three-season sun room. Upstairs there are two large bedrooms with full closets and built ins. The large, full bath has unique cabinetry and wainscoting. The hallway with fireplace leads to the master bedroom also with fireplace. A fourth room creates a private office. The home features its original wide plank flooring, doors/mantels, reproduction iron hardware, stenciling and tin lighting. The home site is on two deeds to include 4.23 acres. One deed provides access to the 30-plus acres of historic land known as the “Totiakton Site” preserved for the Seneca Nation of Indians. The house site (221-020-0001-200) 1 acre and the sale includes 3.23 acres adjacent Parcel ( 221.02-0001-49)
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