Harpersfield NY Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Harpersfield, NY is $151,800.
the county median home value of $140,300.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Harpersfield, NY is $151,800.
Approximately 44.25% of Harpersfield homes are owned,
compared to 14.54% rented, while
41.2% are vacant.
Harpersfield real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Harpersfield real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
A REALLY AMAZING Property.... much more for your $$ with 2 HOMES......The Energy Efficient 2128 sqft Main House is 4-5 Bedrooms, Master Bath w/ soaking tub, 2 & 1/2 baths, Living Room, Family Room, Dining Room, Kitchen with Island, Laundry/ Mud/ Utility Rm. Covered Front Porch & Rear Deck. The property has EVERYTHING, 2 car oversized Garage 32x28 w/ Man Cave & Electric for Welding, 32x20 Metal Pole Barn for Equipment, Pump House/Workshop, Pond, Stream, Gazebo, Pasture, Woods, Wildlife, Trails throughout, Large Level Yard, Perennial Bushes, Garden Spot, PLUS A Guest House (rental income) 3 BR, LR, Kitchen, Pellet Stove. Absolutely beautiful land, home, and outbuildings. The owners have hosted huge Party's, Bar-B-Q's & Weddings in this amazing back yard. They've pastured beef cattle in the large front yard!
1800 FARMHOUSE ON 116.62 ACS ONCE OWNED BY LAMONT WARNER--STICKLEY DESIGNER: Looking for a farmstead with a bit of history--look no further! This charming property not only was home to LaMont Warner, Stickley's designer and head draftsman, but Warner, also known as a fine art painter, has graced the entry hallway of this home with a series of full wall paintings which are quite remarkable. The reproductions in this listing, barely do them justice--they must be seen to be fully appreciated. Other than that unusual detail, the house sits on a mostly wooded lot, featuring an extensive sugar bush for the person who might be interested in maple syrup production, as well as a basic sugar shack. There are trails throughout the woodlot. The home itself has been largely restored--you enter the back of the house through a large boot room, with plenty of places to hang your outdoors clothing, new laundry appliances and pantries and storage rooms off to the right. Entering the kitchen, the custom Mission style cherry cabinetry and tasteful restoration of granite counters and (2) sinks, and stainless steel appliances will definitely impress. The eat-in dining area with soapstone propane stove establishes a warm ambiance. The large and proportioned living room complete with fireplace, original wide board flooring and built ins is both understated but comfortable, and the large room easily accommodates a corner baby grand piano. Continuing into the center hall area, the Warner artwork is amazing, and there is also a parlor room, which has not yet been fully restored and a bathroom, which is usable, but in a basic utilitarian mode--also, not yet renovated. Ascending the center hall stairway, there are three upstairs bedrooms and an unfinished, large two room intended master suite as well as the bare bones of another bathroom. The walls are all insulated, interior finishes need to be decided upon and put into place. Some other details: The owners have recently completed a decorative stone patio along the entire living room wall, while on the other side of the house is a nice sitting area around a stone fireplace. There is an auxiliary work shed with electric, and there is a garage that has been converted into a sugar shack. On one side of the house there are views of lawns, on the other dramatic, landscaped cliffs. Besides all that, the property is conveniently located just minutes from the village of Stamford for shopping purposes, and has easy access to Windham and Hunter Ski Centers. It could be your perfect weekend getaway, or make a great full time home.
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