08:13AM | 06/01/01
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I am looking for any suggestions for the rectory or minister's house owned by our church. It has been vacant for a few years and the diocese frowns upon selling property adjacent to the church. It would cost too much to repair it and rent it out. This 100+ year old house has fabulous, obviously valuable wood work, and mantles. It has leaded glass windows upstairs, beautiful bannisters, door and window frames, and hardwood floors. The attic is wonderful. This building, located in Bolivar, NY 14715, is near the PA border, 90 miles south between Buffalo and Rochester. We are looking for other alternatives. We don't want to send it to the wrecking ball. Does anyone know of sites to advertise it as something to be purchased and moved? Or someone who is trustworthy to remove the valuable woodwork and pay the church for it's wholesale value? Or a website where I could post pictures of both inside and out. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Mary Lowery., or .


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