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1760 farmhouse on 60 acres in upstate New York asks $1.1M

The Delamont-Wemple Farm is on the National Register of Historic Places

Shot of Georgian brick Colonial with window frames trimmed in olive green sitting on a green plot.
The circa-1760 home has been restored and updated for modern living.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Rotterdam, New York

Price: $1,100,000

Here’s your chance to own a circa-1760 farmhouse that also happens to be on the National Register of Historic Places. Restored and updated for contemporary living, the Delamont-Wemple Farm in Rotterdam, New York, sits on 67 private acres and includes several outbuildings.

The main home is a Georgian brick Colonial measuring 4,343 square feet on two floors and an attic, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, formal dining, living room, classic eat-in kitchen with chef’s appliances, and multiple fireplaces.

Many architectural elements have been preserved or otherwise reproduced, like the custom paneling, built-ins, woodwork, and period windows. Wide-plank boards make up the flooring, and exposed, rough-hewn beams show up in the living room and den. Each room is painted in a different (traditional) color scheme, including deep blue, periwinkle, ochre, olive green, and yellow.

Outside, on the vast property, are a swimming pool with pool house, slate patios, stone walls, landscaped grounds, orchards, pond, an old barn, and more. Located at 322 Wemple Road, the home is offered at $1.1 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty