This circa 1827 home has outstanding history and character! With a very large village lot you'll have more than just the home and attached garage to love. High ceilings, hardwood floors, wide original staircase, new furnace, new water heater, new foundation, repointed brick, and more! You won't find many homes of this age in such fantastic shape! Due to the home's history it has been added to the National Historic Registry. This home was owned by Rebecca Ogden, wife of David A. Odgen, who bought and helped settle the town, and served as St. Lawrence County's first judge, and for a short time as its representative in Congress. Rebecca and David A. Ogden built the ‘Island House' (mansion) on what we now know as Ogden Island in the St. Lawrence River. After David died in 1829, Rebecca and her large immediate family fell on hard financial times, and she sold the island and the mansion to her brother in law, Isaac Ogden. She then moved to a home on the mainland (likely this home based on deed records). It has a marble fireplace VERY similar to those in the old mansion. Photos do not do this home justice! Schedule your showing today!
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