Awaits Your Visit: A Historic 1889 Colonial Masterpiece

Belle Pergole
Put in a mismatched pergola and make the most of your available space.

Tucked somewhere between Margaretville and From the scenic Route 28, this 1889 colonial jewel offers boundless potential for its next imaginative work in addition to a wealth of legacy. This property, which was once a beautiful family-run grocery shop, has become an important part of the everyday life of the community. The George Washington Bridge is a comfortable 2.5 hours’ drive away. It is situated in the center of an area known for its vibrant outdoor activities, such as hiking, kayaking, skiing, and the arts.

Highlights of the Property

Location: Advantago is strategically located on Route 28, just minutes away from top outdoor activities.
Ancient Significance: Founded in 1887, the establishment had a lengthy history of serving as a community clothing store.
Utilities: equipped with well water, a DEP-engineered septic system installed in 2016, a 200 amp electric service, and fluorescent lighting. Along with these, it has a Water Rheem hot water heater and a Water Olympia Royal boiler.
Outdoor Features: Situated on a 0.93-acre site, the property features a duck pond, a group of campers, a goose pond, and a variety of abandoned equipment.
Reovatio Opportunity: Suitable for anyone willing to undertake a significant overhaul and updates, offered as-is.

External Features

Living spaces: There are two storeys with bedrooms and a bathroom, including a dining room, living room, and family room on the first level and all the bedrooms on the second.
The kitchen, which is on the first level, is furnished with an electric stove, refrigerator, microwave, water heater, and washer.

Office Space: A separate home workspace for business or pleasure.
Basement: A full basement providing potential living space or extra storage.
Flooring: A combination of vinyl, hardwood, and other materials, varying from room to room.

Construction: The house’s structural components include a frame construction with a single roof made of metal, asphalt, and stone.
The year 1887 is summarized as follows: a chronology of history.
The lot size is approximately one acre, providing enough of outside area.

Utilities: well for water needs, septic tank for sewage, and high-speed internet access.

This historic site is a unique opportunity for individuals with a vision to restore a portion of history while appreciating the natural beauty and recreational opportunities of the southern region. It’s an appeal for adventure and inventiveness, promising the benefits of a project as well as a house.


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