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A. T. Stewart House

One of the last 38 remaining homes built by A. T. Stewart is available for free to anyone who can move the structure to another site. Stewart, who was a 19th century dry goods merchant and one of the richest men in New York State, built a number of homes in Garden City. Garden City on the Hempstead Plains, the country’s first planned community, is attributed to Stewart.

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This is one of the original homes built on Lake Jeanette Road. The building is 1664 sq. ft. and 70 years old. It has three bedrooms and one bath.

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Original 1920 Home with Chimney
Interior with Chimney
Interior with Chimney

A 1920 house reported as being one of the original homes in the Stacy area can be yours for free if you move the building to another location. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a kitchen/dinning room, living room, enclosed sun porch, and w/d room. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a kitchen/dinning room, living room, enclosed sun porch, and w/d room. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a kitchen/dinning room, living room, enclosed sun porch, and w/d room.The house is 1600 sq. ft. with three bedrooms, one bath, kitchen/dining room, living room, laundry room, and enclosed sun porch. It also has a working chimney.

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Exterior View

 

This ranch at 216 Ark Road has good bones and hardwood floors. The building is 2000 sq. ft. It includes 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths.

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House on Beamish Road

 

Paying to move this house will make it yours. The building is 30’ x 40’ over one-and-a-half stories. Two bedrooms and a shared bath comprise the approximately 1100 sq. ft. structure.

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