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Be a part of history by owning one of approximately 400 one-room schoolhouses that dotted Delaware County's landscape in the 19th century. Walk into the schoolhouse and you will feel the nostalgia of simpler times. Inside the front door is a mud room / storage space where children once set lunch pails and belongings. Enter the main room through one of two doors which were once designated for boys & girls. This large room with high ceilings retains many of the school's original features including the chalkboards, map, and, most impressively, the beautiful cast iron wood burning stove. Keep warm on chilly nights by snuggling in front of it! There is also a portable propane and 2 portable electric heaters for extra warmth. The schoolhouse was once called the Mud Schoolhouse and was originally located closer to the river. It was moved to its current spot and now has an addition off of the back which includes a kitchen, bathroom, and small loft area. Sitting on the front porch, you are taken aback by the amazing mountain views. What a place to sit and have your morning coffee or evening cocktail while watching the sunset. The schoolhouse sits on a manageable 1/4 acre lined with mature trees and surrounded by expansive farmland. Your closest neighbor may be a cow! This would make a great weekend getaway or artists' studio. Lots of possibilities. Minutes to Stamford and Hobart and close to restaurants, shopping, skiing, hiking, golf, snowmobiling, and more.