Historic Mace Chasm Rd Farm Estate - 1811 farm house w/5 usable outbuildings, 40 tillable acres & approx 70 of woods, all surrounded by original stone walls. Rooted in a family w/ties to area land grants as rewards for spying during the Revolutionary War, this homestead offers an ideal location for primary residence or second home use. The potential here is almost unlimited. 3-4 bedroom farm house needs complete restoration but has excellent bones with 4 large fireplace, 3 on the main floor and 1 on the second floor, 2 stairwells, full basement with central fire box and built-in Dutch ovens. Property runs from the Mudbrook/AuSable River at the AuSable Chasm area back to Rt 373 and 35 acres of the land is across Rt 373. Property is subdividable and offers views of Lk Champlain. Properties such as this are exceedingly rare. Walk to AuSable Chasm, just 2 miles from Pt Kent Ferry, beach, train depot, Harmony Golf Course, and 2 hrs from Albany. This is a true piece of American history.
From Plattsburgh - South on Route 9, left turn on County 373 to first right and immediate left - subject property on left just after split. From Exit 33 - take Route 9 North to first right on Mace Chasm Rd, follow to sign on right.
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