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The second smaller bedroom, affectionately named the Honey Room since bee-hive honey once came through the gabled ceiling.  Ceiling was redone, as well as new plum floor paint and mustard colored walk-in closet.  Please see other photos on second listing for Clay Farm.
The second smaller bedroom, affectionately named the Honey Room since bee-hive honey once came through the gabled ceiling.  Ceiling was redone, as well as new plum floor paint and mustard colored walk-in closet.  Please see other photos on second listing for Clay Farm.
  • This is the east side of my home as seen from the lower terrace and garden area.
  • The huge master bedroom just opposite the bathroom.  Please see other photos in the first listing for Clay Farm.
  • The second smaller bedroom, affectionately named the Honey Room since bee-hive honey once came through the gabled ceiling.  Ceiling was redone, as well as new plum floor paint and mustard colored walk-in closet.  Please see other photos on second listing for Clay Farm.
  • The Bunk bed kids' room.  Please see Clay Farm listing number three for additional photos.
  • Upstairs recently remodeled bathroom.  Original Quaker built-in shelves and drawers.  New tiling and stone floor.  Additional photos on other listings.
  • The dining room which has a small fridge, microwave, and toaster.  Morning sun floods the wavy glass windows.  Wide plank pine floors, and unique tin ceiling.
  • Another view of the dining room.  This is blocked off with a room divider since it goes to the back section of the house where I live.
  • My two rescue horses with 1850 Quaker built barn in background.
  • Very private 20' by 40' pool.  Great to cool off after hiking in the park.
  • Truffles, a very cuddly and delightful dachshund.
  • The basement of my garage which used to hold small farm animals.
  • Earl Gray, a Blue Chartreuse, is a total sweetheart of a cat.
  • Gray and Daisy adore each other, and are often found on my side porch/entrance.
  • This snapping turtle came up from Mendon Ponds to my pasture to lay eggs.  I was able to dissuade her from laying them!
  • Twin deer born on a corner of my east pasture.  Deer abound on the property which juts into Mendon Ponds Park since it is a sanctuary.
  • East pasture with my two rescue horses.
  • One of my many planters to be found on the two enclosed porches and back deck, and front yard.  Perrenials abound all over the property so that there is always something blooming.
  • Lower terrace with the Magnolia in full bloom.  1850 garage in the background, as well as the east pasture.
  • This is the historic town of Honeoye Falls, less than five miles away.
  • Numerous lilacs are nearly in full bloom as of 5/21/2016.
  • The back and west side view of the home shows the rental wing on the right.  There is a very long attic in between that provides a heghly effective sound barrier.
  • Front porch for guests use.  Also can be used for outdoor smoking.
  • View from the top of the relatively steep steps, though only ten.
  • The Rhododendrons are in full bloom as of 6/5/16.  You see the basketball hoop from the side here.  Temperature is 72 at the surface anyway.
  • There are several Rhodie bushes and they are huge!
  • The Rhodies love the climate and soil around my pool.  They will bloom again!
  • May flower garden which will be in full bloom this summer.
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The second smaller bedroom, affectionately named the Honey Room since bee-hive honey once came through the gabled ceiling. Ceiling was redone, as well as new plum floor paint and mustard colored walk-in closet. Please see other photos on second listing for Clay Farm.