Whether it's summertime and you're looking to host a memorable pool party, or it's Central New York winter, the Bills make the Superbowl (fingers crossed) and you're looking to host an awesome big game party, this house is the perfect place for both.

Located in Chittenango, New York (in Madison County) is this near million dollar home  with some incredible features that are perfect for entertaining or hosting guests. This six bedroom, 5 bathroom home was built in 2003 on 6.45 acres and covers 6,406 square feet.

The interior of the home includes plenty of great features.

  • Breakfast Bar
  • Cathedral Ceiling(s)
  • Separate/Formal Dining Room
  • Entrance Foyer
  • Separate/Formal Living Room
  • Granite Counters
  • Great Room
  • Home Office
  • Hot Tub/Spa
  • Jetted Tub
  • Kitchen Island
  • Kitchen/Family Room Combo
  • Pantry
  • Second Kitchen
  • Bath in Master Bedroom

The description of the home doesn't even do it justice, thankfully there are 50 photos in the Zillow listing and it is a dream.

Just wait until you see the bar in the basement. I can't even believe that is a bar inside a house - it looks like it is a professional bar that you would find in a popular city.

This house at 2119 Conley Road can be yours for a total price of $990,000.

What's the monthly cost for this home? Here's the breakdown thanks to Zillow.

Principal & interest - $3,386/mo
Mortgage insurance - $0/mo
Property taxes - $2,030/mo
Home insurance - $347/mo
HOA fees - N/A
Utilities - Not included

Doing the math, plus considering the cost of utilities nowadays, it'll probably be somewhere close to the $8,000 range.

See what it's like inside for yourself. Scroll through the photos below.

Take A Look Inside: 2119 Conley Rd, Chittenango, NY 13037

The Zillow listing for this near million dollar home describes the property as an "entertainer's dream home." With over 6 acres and 6,400 sq ft of living space, plus over 2000 sq ft of bonus entertaining space, this unique property has it all."
Would you love to live here?

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Did you see this house for sale in New York? It looks like it could be the cover of a Disney movie from the outside, but the inside is modern and beautiful. Check it out for yourself.

This Upstate New York Home is Straight Out of a Fairytale

If you've ever dreamed of living in a house that looks like it is straight out of a fairytale, this house in Ithaca is for you.

Located at 422 Cayuga Heights Road in Ithaca, this enchanted storybook Tudor-style home could be yours for only $740,000.

Here's all of the details that you need to know, straight from the realtor:


  • Floods of natural light, hardwood floors, gothic windows, French doors, glass door knobs & arched doorways are just a few features.
  • Solidly built w/a stone exterior, spacious circular drive & 4 stories of flexible living.
  • Recent renovations include totally new kitchen w/granite counter tops, S/S appliances, Thermador stove and a mudroom with radiant floor heart.
  • Smart light fixtures and a Nest.
  • Sunroom overlooking backyard is cozy in all seasons.
  • Large, primary bedroom w/a renovated walk in closet and laundry.
  • Gorgeous en-suite bath with large shower and ceramic, radiant floor heat.
  • Finished attic space is lovely for a family/play-room, office, studio.
  • Partially finished basement with bed/full bath and an exterior door.
  • Stone patio, an enclosed gazebo to take in low maintenance, forest-like wooded, forever wild surroundings.
  • Close to Cornell, CHES, shopping.
  • Move in ready.

Take a look for yourself.

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Look Inside This 4 Million Dollar Camp In Old Forge New York

This Christmas season, Santa may not be able to carry this $4.3 million dollar Old Forge camp down your chimney.

When this home was built, the first gasoline-powered motorcar in America was being driven. It was near the end of the Gilded Age, and almost the start of the 1900s. This Upstate New York camp was built in 1893. The home is located at 4540 Route 28 in Old Forge.