The beautiful and historic 1801 Armstrong House, encompasses 70 acres along the Chenango River. The 1801 Armstrong House is one of the oldest houses in Madison County’s Chenango Valley, part of the homeland of the Oneidas of the Iroquois Nation.
The beautiful and historic Armstrong House, built in 1801, encompasses 70 acres along the Chenango River, located just two miles from Hamilton, NY and Colgate University. Fully renovated in 2009, the house sleeps 12 comfortably..
It has 4 bedrooms (Master bedroom on main floor), a spacious living room, a large eat-in kitchen that seats 16, and 2-1/2 baths. Relax in the sunroom (which can be used as another bedroom) and on the huge deck with gas grill overlooking the canal and Chenango River. Recline and watch a movie from the media library in the large TV room. Free high speed internet and dog friendly. Good biking, hiking and trout fishing. Fine country living - perfect for entertaining or a peaceful retreat. Available year round for weekends or weekly rentals.
Property Manager available by Phone.
No Smoking in the House,
No Incense, No Candles.
Fireplace in inoperable- Do not Use.
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This is a picture of me while Canoeing the Sangerfield River in the beautiful Nine Mile Swamp. The Yurt at Loomis Lair is located nearby, perched high above the Swamp.
I grew-up in Hamilton, NY, the home of Colgate University, which is about 10 miles from Loomis Lair. I went to School at Morrisville College (AAS-Mechanical Engineering Technology), Excelsior College (BS-Art and Design) and Rochester Institute of Technology (MFA- Industrial Design).
I have lived and worked in New Haven, CT, Los Angeles, CA, Rochester, Ithaca and Hamilton, NY. I have designed and fabricated Exhibits and Furniture for many years and I have more recently taught Industrial Design and Graphic Design at the college level.
I have been involved with the historic restoration of two houses and I was also a founding Board Member and the Secretary of the City Point Historic District Neighborhood Association in New Haven, CT.
I missed not being around the beautiful forests and fields of Central New York. I wanted to return to my roots in a place that I love and work toward achieving a more self-sustainable lifestyle.
I am the founder, owner and operator of Loomis Lair Yurt Rentals, since March of 2010.
Loomis Lair, Waterville, NY