Here’s the third Amish home in a row that happens to be up for sale. So if you’re in the market for a plain Amish home, here’s your chance 🙂 Well, of course location matters at least a bit. So where is this place? The home is located in Angelica, New York (Allegany County) in the western end of the state, around 90 minutes’ drive from Buffalo.
On first look it appears to be a Swartzentruber Amish home, though according to the listing it has two full baths. It’s possible it’s another plain group (Swartzentruber Amish homes don’t have conventional bathrooms). Or, whoever prepared it for sale has installed two bathrooms. You can see by the photo above that it looks like this home was assembled in three parts over the years.
The 2020 Amish settlement list tells me that there is a community of two churches around Angelica, and in Allegany County itself, there are four separate settlements. Here’s the property description from Zillow:
Home and workshop on 41 acres with pond and amazing valley views! This home includes 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spacious kitchen area, dining and living room are open spaces, office area and a large mud room/laundry room. Upstairs are the 3 bedrooms with one of the full bathrooms. This is a former Amish property. There is a newly built workshop that was previously a fabricating business. The shop has concrete floors throughout, several windows for lots of natural light, and a loading dock. The property includes another outbuilding that could be used for storage or for horses or cattle. There is a nice garden area, a 1+ acre fenced-in pasture, and a large crystal clear spring-fed pond great for fishing and swimming. The acreage consists of a small meadow with the remainder being hardwoods. Excellent hunting!
There is a beautiful pond on this property.
I really like the interior photos in this listing. This is a cozy shot:
You can almost feel the warmth emanating to make this room toasty.
There are three bedrooms.
Basement looking well-stocked.
The current price on this 2,232 square-foot property is…
If you missed them, here are the other two Amish farms for sale: