The Home

With 15+ rooms of living space, 3.1 bathrooms, and over 5,100 square feet which does not include the walk up attic and other spaces.  The home it self boasts some of the finest details of the day.  Heart pine flooring throughout, a grand staircase, 14′ ceilings, 12′ doors, bamboo gold caning on some of the…

The Carriage House

The carriage house is original to the property with 6 original horse stalls and feed cribs still in tact.  Second floor hay loft is impressive in size and contains ladders used by farm hands of the property.  Lower level has electric and cable/internet capabilities for current office space and workshop and perfect spaces for restoration…

The History

This census record showing David Henry Osborne and family living in the home on Maple Ave.  Additionally, there were two servants recorded as living there as well.  The land where the Osborne-Harris house now sits was originally owned by Jared Boughton an original Victor settler. The land was purchased by William Bushnell and his daughter…

The Parlor

  A formal gathering room where a prominent family would display their finest furnishings and art. Some of the homes original art still remains in the home. Bamboo caning can be seen as a boarder for the walls below lovely moldings.  Original window treatments still exist in this room as well as a matching mirror…

The Wash Room

Another room that remains and shows evidence of “modern” times, however dated by our standard is the “wash room” (as it was noted on the original floor plans). This room is located towards the back of the house, a portion that is not lived in currently. Through the door in the photo is the “dairy”…

The Wood House

Originally known as the wood house, this coal room as it was more recently used is still intact.  Coal still sits on the floor here.  The home boast 6 fireplaces, converted to coal heat and now has 3 separate furnaces. One devoted entirely to the servants quarters which more recently was an apartment with kitchen,…

The Privy

The first indoor privy, completely untouched, a separate structure attached by a passageway.  Four seats, 2 shorter for the children and 2 larger for the adults.  Another separate privy is attached on the back side with access only from outdoors, this would have been used by farm hands.

The Little Things

D. Henry Osborne’s personal safe remains in the homes basement, extremely well preserved and inscribed.  Featured below is the Austin & Warner seal from the floor plans that still remain, stenciled ceiling details, molding, Handel light fixture which hangs in the formal dining room.  The faux wood grain on the doors of the homes interior…

The Realtor

I am a Licensed New York State Real Estate Salesperson, a Realtor. I love digging in to determine the absolute best way to market your home or find your next.  I am direct and HONEST, I ask questions.  I understand that each client will have their own challenges. You are human just like me and…