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Historic St. Johnsville farm site up for sale

Washington’s doctor, a Revolutionary War general, retired there

The St. Johnsville mansion once owned by General John Cochran is on the market for $995,000.
The St. Johnsville mansion once owned by General John Cochran is on the market for $995,000.
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History is everywhere in this part of New York. Enduring relics from the Revolutionary War such as Fort Klock in St. Johnsville and Nellis Tavern, built in 1747, are part of the landscape. But it’s not every day that history comes up for sale. Historic General Cochran Farm, located on Route 5 in rural St. Johnsville, is on the market. The 177-acre slice of the past is priced at just under $1 million. General John ...


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