stories of solid field stone with a full basement
(unfinished). So much stone was used, even the basement
floor is stone! The first story consists of a new
chef's kitchen (renovated 2002), 1/2 bath (in renovation
process), formal dining room, hallway with maple
staircase, and a nice sized living room with original
crown molding and ceiling medallion. The second story
sports four bedrooms (one being a connecting
nursery/office) and a full bath (renovated in 2002).
The third floor is presently unfinished, but has rough
electric and plumbing already run. This open area would
make an awesome master suite/studio! Present
finished space is 1,872 square feet and the third floor
will add an additional 936' or slightly less, based on
the location of knee walls.
owners (Broker/owner) have invested a significant amount
of time and money to upgrade the home to luxurious
standards. New within the last few years (as well as
some other former improvements) include the following:
efficiency oil fired hot air furnace
Central Air Conditioning
Drilled well, hydrofractured, great water supply!
and Screens on all windows
Kitchen completely redone including new wiring,
ceramic floors, custom designed cabinets, stone
countertops, top quality stainless sinks, stainless
dishwasher, Jenn-aire stove.
floor bathroom has a new whirlpool tub, granite
floor, custom cabinets and matching granite
level 1/2 bath to be redone shortly.
Satellite Dish installed two years ago, Digital
home can support horses with your own trails over the 44
acres and about 5 acres of pasture. There is a good
sized original peg barn in good condition. Two tractors
are included, one with a 48" wide mower. There is
approximately 160' ,00' of riverfront embankment to
enjoy on the Saranac River which is super for fly
fishing. The grounds have about 10 acres of pine grove
plantation ready for harvest. Some trails through the
property for X-cty, hiking or snowmobile enjoyment.
this home is a bit of history. This field stone home
was built in Saranac (previously known as New Russia)
Circa 1895 by mason Durrand who lived in Dannemora. It
was originally sold for $850 to a Dannemora merchant.
Over the years, it has seen several owners, one of which
planted many acres of red and white pine trees which
today present the property as if it was a maintained