Abandoned Demolished Farmhouse 1875 Italianate – Cazenovia, NY (Lost by fire!)

This charming Italian-style farmhouse was built by Jabez Abell in 1870 and comes with a lovely 0.75-acre plot of land. It’s been officially recognized and included in the National Register of Historic Places, and it’s now ready for some restoration work. The place still holds many of its original architectural features, which have been carefully preserved and are currently kept on-site. If you’re interested in bringing this piece of history back to life, you’ll be glad to know that you can get financial support from both the federal government and the state to help with the restoration process.

The farmhouse has a rich history, boasting its authentic pocket doors, trim, woodwork, and a stunning spiral staircase. Its Italian-style design takes us back to the 1700s, making it a great example of that era. To ensure your safety, it’s important to visit the property with the listing agent, as it’s being sold “as is” with the current survey. Please don’t explore the property on your own. Bring along your imagination, determination, and a love for history as you explore the possibilities this place holds.

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