An incredible opportunity!
Historically significant and steeped in local lore, a former house on the property is believed to be where Major John Andre, a co-conspirator of Benedict Arnold, was held prisoner and where he wrote to General Washington asking for leniency during the Revolutionary War. Early 1800’s Colonial brimming with period details: Wide-plank Chestnut floors, beadboard and three fireplaces. Living Room with French doors to Sunroom. Dining Room with beehive oven and door to Sun Porch. Kitchen with new stainless appliances. Three Bedrooms including private Master. Additional buildings include a separate Cottage with 1200 square foot apartment and a private Writer’s/Artist Studio. Over 1.5 acres with age old trees and specimen shrubs. Lake rights to Lake Truesdale. Swim, boat and fish all summer!
Cathedral/Vaulted/High Ceiling, Close to Railroad, Close to School, Close to Shops, Formal Dining Room, Hardwood Floors As Seen, Master Bath, Out Building, Pantry, Patio, Powder Room