Tis' the season for all things spooky and if you're a lover of such things, we've got a house in Binghamton that you'll want to get your eyes on. Some call it the "Witch House" but we call it lovely!

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Located at 310 Conklin Avenue in Binghamton, the three-bedroom, two-bath house was built in 1853 and boasts a lovely front porch and back yard that can be described as a heavenly oasis.

According to owner Ann Maher, people in the neighborhood call it the "Witch House."  Ann also says that it is the "oldest residence in the area."

Maher and her husband Michael, both former area school teachers, lived in the home for 45 years. Sadly, Ann's husband passed away from pancreatic cancer in late 2020 and their children live out of state, so the time has come for Ann to put this gem on the market so that someone else can love it and fill it with memories.

Presented by Laura Melville with Warren Real Estate of Greater Binghamton, the "Witch House" is listed for $95,000. The home is 1,972 square feet and sits on a 6,534 square foot lot.

Packed with character, this 168-year-old home features original wood trim and hardwood floors. You'll also be impressed with the leaded glass and stained glass windows which are eye-catching, to say the least. There are built-ins and plenty of storage spaces throughout the house. Another great feature of this house is the Mitsubishi ductless air conditioning and heating unit located on both the first and second floors.

Take a look through the photos of the "Witch House" and let your mind wander to all of the possibilities. With a little sprucing, this could be even more fantastic than it already is.

Look Inside Binghamton's "Witch House"

Listed with Warren Real Estate of Greater Binghamton for $95,000, this home at 310 Conklin Avenue in Binghamton is one of the area's oldest homes and is called the "Witch House" by people in the neighborhood.

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