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"Yester Year" Properties

Enjoy Yester Years forever.  There is something magical about historical homes telling their stories, over and over again.  Enjoy our collection of antique homes.  We welcome marketing your historical home as well, visit our listing services for full information.   Follow AdirondackRE on Twitter  

Need more historical homes to list - buyers are seeking them out.  Contact us to list your historical properties.


Fort Edward - Washington County

CO0236.  Historical Triplex with 100% occupancy.  This building has been well maintained.  One 2-bedroom apartment and two 1-bedroom apartments.  Wonderful original architect with pocket doors, spiral staircase, slate roof, Georgian style pillars.  Nested in the village, but nicely treed lot.  Offered at $139,000 

Lake Pleasant - Hamilton County

LF0177.  Charming '20's Home on Sacandaga Lake, 100' of sandy shoreline, panoramic views, needs a little work, but lots of charm left in this character style home with wood flooring, beautiful fireplaces and 7 bedrooms.  Make this your new family estate.  Offered at $350,000 - SOLD Historical Sacanadga Lakefront Home


Morehouse - central Adirondacks (4 season vacation area)  


RE0206. Three-bedroom older farm house in small community.   Being sold "as is."  Offered at $100,000 - OFF MARKET

Port Kent - Essex County

RE0210. Peter Comstock Home - Blue Bird Coach Entrepreneur.  Eight bedrooms, 2 baths, 7,500+ s/f, LOTS of SPACE.  Historical home built by Peter Comstock, many original features left.  This estate overlooks Lake Champlain at the scenic ferry; golf course and public beach next door.  This home would make a wonderful B&B or stately home with some work! $440,000 US (without carriage building $340,000).  

Port Kent Lake Champlain Vista Historical Home  for Sale by Adirondack Country Homes Realty

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Schroon Lake

RF0103.  Grand home, over 8,000 s/f of living space and that doesn't even include the carriage house!  If it's historical luxury you are looking for, please check this gem out.  Currently a B&B and would be a grand home!  Formal gardens.  Luxury at $1,250,000 

CO0206.  Warren's Inn - This turnkey home, multi family or B&B has been totally remodeled. It is truly a unique Victorian with a butterfly design. Completely furnished with antique restorations, colorful carpets & accessories. Six new bathrooms, three bedrooms are suites, many with lake views.  Beach, tennis courts, park and quaint shopping and dining only a minutes walk away.  Turnkey price at $495,000  - SOLD
RE0379.  Once a Country Dentist Office.  Now deafening quiet at the end of the famous Hoffman Wilderness Notch area.  Three bedroom camp on 2 acres at the edge of the wilderness; trail head just a few steps away.  Offered at $170,000 SOLD Historical Camp in the Adirondacks
RE0396.  Save this Old Victorian.  Inhabitable at this time, demolition work to be needed on annex, but restoration thought possible.  Also a  great village lot with lake views and riparian rights on Roger's brook for hydro power.  Zoned commercial/residential.  Restore or rebuild.  Offered for $139,000 -SOLD  

Whitehall - Washington County

RE0494.  Surreal Valley Views with mountain backdrop.  Historical Center Colonial has been totally updated; solid bones!   Barns and fields makes this homestead a terrific Equestrian estate.  Owner offering additional 10+ acres; and if purchased with home, owner is giving $10K discount (Click here to view land).   Farm and home offered at $775,000 USD   REDUCED $750,000 USD

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What Else is there for Historical Properties?

Desire another location for your "Historical" treasure? Tired of getting snippets of information from the Internet?  Realtors have the FULL Scoop.  Find your new community with a RealtorŪ.


As multi-MLS members, we can search thousand of properties for you!  No obligation.  Get Maximum Coverage of 5 MLS systems from a Realtor! Or start your self search and click on the MLS icon, and send us the MLS #'s on the land parcels that most interest you.  Our team of  Buyer Agents can get you the FULL SCOOP for you.  Contact us!  You deserve the coverage.

What Services can help your restore your historical home?

Sticks and Stones, let Adk2ndHome find you a builder of your choice.  Ask "Jeff" our Property Management Specialist where and what to built, or do you need help to maintain your vacation while you are away?  Adirondack 2nd Home can make your investment home a 'worry' free experience.


Property Management Services by Adirondack Country Homes Realty

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ARCHITECTURAL - April 1st Architect Steve Jung is joining Adirondack Country Homes Realty.  Originally from California, he's finding that his second home in the Adirondack Park is where his heart it!  "Work & Play in the Adirondacks"  (Our Commercial Manager, Don Caldera of Country Business Services is also standing by to help you procure your new business as well.)  To reach Steve, or Don, personally (click here)

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DIRECTORY - what, where and when things are happening in the Adirondacks.  Visit our concierge site to explore all the special places in the Adirondack Park.  Not only is the home where the heart is, but you are also joining a community.  Our concierge site helps you explore what township is a perfect match for you.

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HOME MAKEOVERS - new house all finished, but now how to organize it?   Have you seen the benefits of Feng Shui?  Our in-house Feng Shui Consultant and Licensed Real Estate Agent, Mary Reynolds, is certified in Black Cat and Compass Feng Shui.  House makeovers will never be the same again.





Frequently Asked Questions about the State and National Registers of Historic Places in New York State (reprint of New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, Historic Preservation Flyer)


What are the State and National Registers of Historic Places?

Administered by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) which is part of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), the registers are the official lists of properties that are significant in history, architecture, engineering, landscape design, archeology and culture within local, state and/or national contexts.  More than 80,000 historical properties in New York have received this prestigious recognition


What qualifies a property for listing on the registers?

The registers criteria recognize the value of all aspects of New York's diverse culture.  Properties must represent a significant historic theme (e.g., architecture, agriculture, industry, transportation) and retain sufficient integrity to illustrate their association with that theme -- specifically, properties must possess integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling and association.  Properties less than 50 years of age, with rare exceptions, are not considered eligible for listing.


What kind of properties can be included in the registers?

Buildings and structures such as residence, churches, commercial buildings and bridges:  sites such as cemeteries, landscapes and archaeological sites; districts or groups of buildings, structures or sites that are significant as a whole, such as farmsteads, residential neighborhoods, industrial complexes and cultural landscapes; and objects such as fountains and monuments.


What is a historic district?

A historic district is a group of buildings, structures, and sites related architecturally and/or historically and listed together on the State and National Registers.  A district may include any number of properties.


What is the process for listing a property on the registers?

To begin, an application must be submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office for evaluation.  If the property is determined eligible for listing, the nomination sponsor is responsible for providing documentation that describes the property's setting and physical characteristics, documents its history, conveys its significance in terms of its historic context and demonstrates how it meets the register's criteria.  Once complete, the nomination is reviewed by the New York State Board for Historic Preservation.  If the board recommends the nomination, the New York State Historic Preservation Officers (Commissioners of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation); lists the property on the State Register and forwards it to the National Park Service for review and listing on the National Register.


Can an owner object to having his or her property listed on the registers?

Yes.  An individual privately owned property cannot be listed over the objection of its owner.  A district cannot be listed over the objection of a majority of owners.  It is the policy of the SHPO to work closely with nomination sponsors and communities to provide information about the registers program and opportunities for comment.


What are the benefits of being listed on the registers?

The State and National Registers are a recognized and visible component of public and private planning.  The registers promote heritage tourism, economic development and appreciation of historic resources.  Benefits include:

  • Official recognition that a property is of significance to the nation, the state, or the local community

  • Listings raises the community's awareness and pride in its past

  • Owners of historic commercial and rental properties listed on the National Register may qualify for a preservation tax credit.  The Tax Reform Act of 1986 allows a 20 percent tax credit for the substantial rehabilitation and income-producing historic properties.  The work performed must meet federal preservation standards. (see "The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, 1995)

  • Not-for-profit organizations and municipalities that own listed properties are eligible to apply for New York State historic preservation grants.  Additional grants are available through other public and private sources

  • Properties that meet the criteria for registers listing receive a measure of protection from state and federal undertakings regardless of their listing status.  State and federal agencies must consult with the SHPO to avoid or mitigate adverse effects to listed or eligible properties.


Will State and National Registers listings restrict the use of a property?

Listing on the registers does not interfere with a property owner's right to remodel, alter, paint, manage, sell or even demolish a historic property, local zoning or ordinances not withstanding.  If state of federal funds are used or if a state or federal permit is required, proposed alterations will be reviewed by the SHPO staff regardless of listing status.


How can an owner get a State and National Registers plaque to display on his or her building?

The State and National Registers program does not provide plaques.  A list of manufacturers is available upon request.


Must owners of listed buildings open their buildings to the public?

No.  There is absolutely no requirement to open registers listed properties to the public.


Will a property owner be able to leave his property to his children or anyone else he/she wishes?

Yes.  Listing on the registers in no way affects the transfer of property from one owner to another.


Will listing on the State and National Registers, either individually or in a historic district, affect local property taxes or zoning?

No.  Listing has no direct bearing on any of these local actions.


How do the State and National Registers differ from local landmark designations?

State and National Registers listings should not be confused with local landmark designation.  Many communities have enacted local historic landmark ordinances that establish local commissions and review procedures for locally designated properties.  These commissions are established and operation independently from the State and National Registers, although the goals are similar -- to protect and preserve properties important to our past


How does listings protect a building and its surroundings?

The registers are a valuable tool in the planning of publicly funded, licensed or permitted projects.  Government agencies are responsible or avoiding or reducing the effects of projects on properties that are eligible for or listed on the registers.  Listing raises awareness of the significance of properties, helping to ensure that preservation issues are considered early and effectively in the planning process.


Where can I find out more about the State and National Registers?

For more information contact the Historic Preservation Field Services at (518) 237-8643 or log on to the OPRHP website at