This darling little bungalow has lots of history. Built in 1912 and moved to the site in 1947, it is part of Manhattan/Amsterdam history. The two bedrooms and one full bath are just right for a year round or vacation home. Bead board wainscoting, hardwood floors, and wood trimmed windows add to the farmhouse charm. The owners have made many updates including: new roof on house and detached garage, new chimney, new well and pump, new electrical box, new water heater, newer appliances, and new fencing. Set on 1.050 acres, horses are allowed. There is a small run-in shed and another shed that could be a chicken coop. The home has a small one car attached garage, and a large two car detached garage with a shop area. The lot abounds with loads of beautiful perennial flowers, vegetables, fruit trees, and flowering shrubs. Bring your imagination to make it your own!