324 Knox Street is one of the oldest homes in Ogdensburg, not only is it a lovely home, it has a historical past. The home was built approximately 1820 by Bishop Perkins, a prominent senator, attorney, and advocate for creating the charter for the City of Ogdensburg. Step through the front door into a large welcoming foyer of this 3,580 sq ft home. This home has hardwood floors throughout most of the home and have been recently sanded & refinished. While refinishing the stairs square hand forged nails were found and remain where they were found. The kitchen was recently updated with vinyl flooring, all new appliances, custom cabinets, new water lines, drains, and additional electrical outlets. It has two large built in pantries. The formal living room is stately with large windows, crown molding, updated light switches, and a fireplace that has been converted to gas, it also has a door leading to the covered porch overlooking the fenced yard. The dining room is also large with a beautiful fireplace (not functional) and a pellet stove, again the hardwood floors have been sanded and refinished and a new light fixture & sconces. Upstairs you will find 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a half bath, laundry room, and a space currently used as an office. The home has an attached single car garage with a new door and garage door opener. The mechanicals have also been updated with a new sump pump in 2016, a new gas forced air furnace in 2015, replaced the main sewer line, and insulation on the pipes. Don't wait to schedule your private showing of this Ogdensburg home, call today.