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Welcome to 52 Quaker Street

Granville, New York.

The former office of

Michael "Craig" Campbell Realty.

Back in 1986, we moved our office to 52 Quaker Street, from our home basement office expanding our real estate business.

We have continued to grow, moving our office to its new location at 104 Quaker Street, Granville, NY

Over the years we invested in and improved the single family home at 52 Quaker Street.

We added a kitchen upstairs to create a 3 room apartment to offset expenses, and occupied the downstairs as office space.

One could simply remove the upstairs kitchen, and convert the home once again to a single family.

As owners we would be willing to remove the upstairs kitchen, repair and paint any walls necessary at our expense, returning the home to a single family, 3 bedroom home.


52 Quaker Street is zoned "Neighborhood Business District".

The building currently affords 5 rooms downstairs, complete with the original kitchen still in place.

This area could be used for business, or could very easily become an income apartment.

The property is diverse in that it could be a single family, 2 family, or combination business, and apartment.

There is a limited number of properties within the village of Granville that are zoned "Neighborhood Business District",

making this a great investment for the future.

There is ample off street parking, both in the front and back of the building.

If one so chooses, the parking lots could be returned to lawn with little effort.

There is a large wrap around screened in rocking chair porch .... perfect for watching the parades, or simply relaxing ..

Spring, summer, and fall.


Behind a set of French Storm Doors and a set of ornate early period double entry doors,

is a truly beautiful Victorian open staircase, complete with a stained glass accent window.


Adjacent to the staircase is a hallway leading to 3 large downstairs rooms, plus a kitchen and large bath area.

 One could easily convert a glass enclosed back porch to living area, if more space is needed.

The downstairs bath was redone in 2011

The staircase both downstairs and up, is a very special feature of this lovely home.


The upstairs currently has an eat in kitchen, featuring pine cabinets, stove, and refrigerator.

There is a full bath and laundry, a living room and one bedroom.

To convert to a single family you would simply remove the cupboards, creating 3 bedrooms and a full bath up ....

The owners are willing to remove the upstairs kitchen cabinets/sink, paint and repair any walls in order to convert the dwelling back to a single family. 

All work to be paid for by the owners.


.... or continue as is, with an income producing, second level apartment, to offset expenses


Let’s take a look at the downstairs.

Note the beautiful wood floors.

Just off the wrap around screened porch, is a large room ideal for use as a living room, dining room, and or office space, etc, etc....

The walls in the downstairs were replaced (Dec. 09) with new sheet rock, of which all were primed, and painted.

The ceilings in this lovely Victorian, feature a very ornate, early period intricate pattern.

The 3 front rooms are large, all of which feature early period moldings.

One could easily create a 2 bedroom, downstairs apartment.

There is an existing kitchen and bath area already in place.

The floors are very inviting to say the least!!!

Behind these French doors, is a large front room ideal for a number of uses.

Perfect for business, and or residential.

Once again, note the beautiful pine floors in the 3 front rooms.

The front room facing Quaker Street, boasts a large, built in library shelf, complete with 15 individual storage spaces.

What a great place to display not only books, but perhaps collectibles, china, photos, etc, etc....

The lower level is currently occupied.

 It can be used as a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment, if one so chooses.

Potential income as a 2 family, would most likely be $15,000.00 to !7,000.00 or more annually.

The tenants are paying all the expenses.

The downstairs living area, for the most part, boasts beautiful yellow pine floors, and ornate Victorian ceilings.

Both the downstairs, and upstairs baths have washer & dryer connections.



There is a 1 car, detached garage, perfect for your automobile, storage, and/or, workshop.

The front yard, directly adjacent to Quaker Street, also known as NY State Rte. 149, affords a roadside area for an illuminated sign.

52 Quaker Street is a highly visible location to both vehicle, as well as pedestrian traffic.

For many reasons, Quaker Street is an ideal location.

It’s a short walk to the new Big Lots Department Store, the recently opened Tractor Supply,

the Granville Elementary School, and High School, the Village Park, Pember Library, Slate Valley Museum, and numerous businesses.

We believed Quaker Street was the place to be when we purchased the building in 1986. We still do!!

Our new office is only a few hundred yards away, at 104 Quaker Street.

It’s fair to assume you’ll enjoy the large rocking chair porch.

It’s screened and ready for summer!!

There are both front, and back entry ways.

We enjoyed the various perennials, and bet you will too!!

Whether you’re an existing business, an ambitious entrepreneur, or someone looking for a homestead, or investment property,

52 Quaker Street has a lot to offer.

It’s suitable for a number of endeavors.

Live in one unit, rent the other, occupy the whole home, operate a business ... etc, etc ....


The following is a list of improvements made over the years by the current owners....

1.) 13 thermopane, "tilt in" replacement windows, plus 2 thermopane basement windows.

2.) Blown in fiber glass insulation in the walls, plus the attic.

3.) Fully insulated basement walls with pink, rigid toung and groove insulation board. Plus installed fiber glass insulation in the floor joyces.

4.)  July of 2001/ replaced oil hot air furnace.

5.) Installed a second 275 gallon oil tank in basement. Home now offers a 550+/- gallon oil storage,

allowing for considerable savings $$$ by buying oil in bulk.

6.) After insulating the walls, and attic, we installed 2 new louver roof peak vents.

7.) Replaced metal roof ridge caps.

8.) Replaced with metal roofing, the front, side, and back porch roofs,

plus replaced with new metal roof, the area over the downs stairs bath area.

9.) Installed two, 100 amp breaker/fuse boxes and updated much of the wiring....

also, installed underground wiring to an outside sign location for commercial display.

10.) Scraped, primed, and painted the exterior of the building in 2009.

11.) Installed new sheet rock walls in the 3 front rooms downstairs. Also primed and painted same in 2009.

12.) Replaced the majority of the upstairs walls with sheet rock.

13.) Painted nearly all the upstairs, including the staircase in 2009.

14.) Replaced the entire downstairs bath area in 2006, with new sheet rock walls, sub floor, new vinyl flooring,

new vanity, toilet, medicine cabinet, lighting, and ceiling fan/vent.

(Added a brand new fiberglass, combination tub and shower, plus a washer & dryer hook-up in 2011)

15.) Replaced upstairs wall to wall carpet, as well as the staircase and installed vinyl flooring in the kitchen area and bath.

16.) Installed a washer and dryer hook up in the upstairs bath.

17.) Installed decorative wainscoting in downstairs kitchen and painted entire room in 2009.

18.) Replaced clapboard on exterior wall of downstairs bath in 2006.

19.) Installed downstairs ceiling light, with light/fan combination.

20.) Surveyed the perimeter of the land at 52 Quaker Street.

21.) Scraped, primed and painted wrap around porch floor in 2009.

22.) Replaced decorative porch lattice.

23.) Replaced/installed 3 insulated metal doors.

24.)  Purchased new kitchen stove and refrigerator in 2011

25) Replaced sewer line to the street

26) New Kitchen Cabinets, sink and countertops in the downstairs apartment .... December 2014

Call for an appointment.

You’ll be glad you did!!!!