New York City real estate got you down? There’s nothing more refreshing than perusing properties upstate, which have plenty of history and charm for loads less money. Exhibit A is this “old stone meeting hall,” an 1810-era home that was originally built as a Presbyterian church in the town of Barneveld, New York, at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. The current owners purchased it back in 1970 and converted it to a single family home, and the result is a wonderfully warm, quirky and historic house. And yes, this five-bedroom home, which sits on .45 acres of land, is only asking $274,900.