Welcome to Justa Corner - a part of Justa Farms Estate originally built in 1791 and expanded to 7,700 sq ft in 1935 by the notable architectural firm Wiling, Sims, and Talbutt. This regal stone building has 20 rooms on 3 floors. Original pine and oak flooring in the original farmhouse and modern hardwood floors throughout the rest of the home, soaring ceilings, and 7 fireplaces. Enter this farmhouse into a large welcoming foyer. To the left is a formal living room w chandelier and built-in bookcases which flows into the solarium. To the right of the foyer is a parlor/study leading into the dinning room which features the original wood beams, a huge fireplace from an era long past, and a 30 gallon apple butter kettle. The eat-in kitchen has been updated with granite countertops, 6 burner cooktop, black appliances which flow nicely with the original cabinetry built in 1935. This leads into the all important 1st fl laundry and large pantry. There is an exit from kitchen to a large secluded slate patio. 2nd fl has a circular floor plan. Master bedroom suite w/ sitting rm, dressing rm, fp, and mstr ba. There is a vintage hall bathroom, isolated bedrooms w their own private baths, a pass-thru bedroom ideal for a nursery, and another bedroom currently used as a study. Rounded doorways on one wing of this level. The 3rd fl has a room used for storage, hallway w/ floor to ceiling cabinetry leading into another bedroom suite w/ dressing area and full bath. Basement rec room has a wet bar, antique pool table, exercise room, storage area, and walk in safe. There is a 1 bedroom carriage house w/ living rm, modern kitchen & bathroom, oil heat, and A/C which is adjoining to the pool house adjacent to the in ground pool w heater. The main dwelling also includes 2 gas fired hot water boilers and 2-4 air conditioning systems. Replacement windows throughout. New architecturally shingled roof. Situated on 2.23 acres w/ a 4 car detached garage, sheds/stables. Taxes are low for what you get!
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