If you've ever wanted to live in a historic home, this might be your chance, right here in Central New York. Located in Barneveld, just about halfway between Utica and Rome, this one-time Presbyterian church is on the market and more affordable than you might think.

Built in 1810 and used starting in 1820 as a place of worship and public discussions, it was purchased in 1970 and lovingly restored to its initial glory. Modern efficiencies like insulation and a new boiler were added. So, now, residents can enjoy the best of both worlds--old-fashioned trappings with current conveniences.

The Meeting House, located at 146 Mappa Avenue in Barneveld, offers almost 3,100 square feet and is listed for $239,900.

The second floor has a wraparound balcony that overlooks the living room. It's only a stone's throw from Route 12, but sits on a quiet street.

Here's the full listing from River Hills Properties on Zillow. And here's a brief slideshow:

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