Van Der Zee Manor home circa 1754. This beautiful brick and stone Dutch Colonial is bordered by the Onesquethaw Creek. The serene setting includes stone walls, cobble stone walks, green house and basketball court. The detached 3 car garage has a...
Van Der Zee Manor home circa 1754. This beautiful brick and stone Dutch Colonial is bordered by the Onesquethaw Creek. The serene setting includes stone walls, cobble stone walks, green house and basketball court. The detached 3 car garage has a modern and spacious workshop with plenty of storage. The in-ground pool has a pool house with additional storage. With two master suites in the main living area, there is a 2 bedroom wing on the opposite side of the home. History abounds, with endless possibilities.
Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
In-Law Suite on Apt
Wine Cellar / Grotto
tub and shower
radiant floor heating
fuel type - oil
outdoor basketball court
Ceiling Fan, Wall or Window Air Conditioner(s)
Garage - Detached, 3 Car Garage
Lake, Mountain Views, Pool(s), River, Scenic View, River view, Agricultural Easements, Access Type Road, City / Town Street, storage shed, out building, wood siding, exterior description - bbq, water feature, linoleum, ceramic, fire pit, enclosed porch
Over 50 Years Old
Brick, Stone, Wood Burning
Fire Alarms, Smoke Detector
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