Here is a rare opportunity to own one of the most beautifully maintained, historical homes in Cooperstown. Built nearly 200 years ago, this former mill house was converted to a private residence in 1922 by Robert Sterling Clark and his wife Francine, founders of the The Clark Art Museum in Williamstown, MA. The home is a perfect combination of gracious entertaining spaces and comfortable family living. Dining room, living room, kitchen & den are all well sized and have fireplaces. A beautiful awning & pergola covered brick patio is perfect for summer entertaining. Upstairs are four bedrooms all with attached baths & an oversized hallway landing that can be used as a family room or office space. The detached two-car garage with apartment is great for guests or rental income. The beautiful grounds include stone walls, flower gardens, apple trees, fenced-in vegetable garden, sprinkler system, playhouse, garden shed, and a new driveway. An easy walk to the Clark Sports Center, Bassett Healthcare & schools.
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