Upstate New York hideaway located in the Southern Tier Region of Upstate New York. The Neo-Victorian design draws upon the Queen Anne style that was popular in the late nineteenth century and characterized by irregular masses and roof lines, often featuring turrets, polygonal bays, and other decorative structural features. Situated on 20 acres with extensive manicured grounds and a 4 acre private lake. 13,831 sq ft., 5 woodburning fireplaces, 8 bedrooms, 8 baths.
124 Crocker Hill Road is a three-story frame house and features a generally rectangular footprint beneath a prominent hipped roof that bristles with gabled dormers of various sizes. A dominant gable with a recessed pediment containing a triple window flanks the left side of the main roof, while a secondary pedimented gable projects from it above a three-sided polygonal entrance bay. A smaller gabled dormer rises from the right side of the front roof, with an additional dormer projecting from the side roof. The house features an asymmetrical four-bay façade with an off-center double wooden door within a projecting polygonal bay flanked by tripartite windows, while the second floor façade contains a double door recessed within the polygonal bay flanked by two double windows on the right and a triple window on the left. A one-story open porch spans the façade, with square fluted columns supporting a flat roof that, with a balustrade, serves as a second-story porch. A two-story porch projects from the house’s left side beneath a steeply-pitched gable roof, with fluted square columns at both the first and second story levels. An internal end stone-clad chimney rises on the left side of the house, while a smaller external end chimney, also clad in stone, rises along the projecting porch on the right side. A one-story hyphen at the rear of the house’s left side connects to a large one and one-half story two-car garage beneath a tall front gable roof, with timber framing in the gable and a large dormer on the left side.
The house is set on a rise overlooking a pond with a walkway leading to a one-story boathouse complex. A simple shallow gable roof supported by slender square wooden columns provides a covered gathering spot with an open dock that is cantilevered above the water’s edge. An adjacent small building, with a single door and tripartite window, provides interior seating. The gable roof of this small building extends beyond the side roof overlooking the pond to form an open porch that leads down a small set of stairs to the boat landing.
Come prepared to fall in love with this stunning Victorian residence. The experience this property offers is unlike any other. 1890’s historic architecture and old world charm coupled with modern conveniences. The layout and functionality of the home living spaces were designed to give the most comforting and convenient way of living. There are four levels of living spaces. The home is energy efficient and equipped with state of the art mechanicals. Inside this stunning home you’ll find the most attention to detail. You’ll enjoy the luxurious and comforting hotel like bedrooms suites. Sit, and enjoy the numerous walkout balconies that overlook the awe inspiring gardens that mimic a park like setting. Explore the outside surrounding 20 acres of beauty or relax at the summer cottage that borders the 4 acre manmade lake. Lay out at your private beach area or play a game at the basketball court.
Nestled in a secluded setting close to NYC and PA, and yet so convenient to downtown Binghamton, its University, Hospital, and Airport which accommodates private jet charter flights. If you’re looking for a feeling of contentment and serenity…this is for you!
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Updated on August 14, 2023 at 3:42 pm