This iconic home is one of 20 stops on steuben historical society walking tour of bath. Built in 1850 by robert van valkenburg, a civil war general, a u. S. Congressman, and america's first ambassador to japan in 1867, the house is the only adobe home in the county today. Owners are motivated and can offer concessions. With its tall ceilings, ceramic tile floors, remodeled kitchen with new appliances, and newly-updated bedroom spaces, it is a decorator's dream. The second floor offers 2 additional bedrooms (or den or office space) with hardwood floors and a 2nd full bath. The first floor laundry/mud room has own entrance. Walkout basement is partially finished. Many recent updates and renovations. Showings by appointment only to pre-qualified buyers.
The vacancy rate of homes in 14810 is
13.35% with 57% of homes being owner-occupied. The median household income in 14810 is $44092 per year with those between 45 and 64 having the highest median income at $54375.