MEXICO, N.Y. – In just two years, Brian Sturgeon of Denver, Colorado, a 2017 graduate of Cornell’s Real Estate program, has remodeled seven properties across six states, from Pennsylvania, to Oklahoma, to Washington.
He is just 27 years old.
Sturgeon calls restoring properties not just his career but also his “life-long calling and passion.”
While searching for the “nicest, most unique, and most special properties in America,” he came across what would become his biggest project yet.
The 3.7-acre property at 24-26 County Route 40 in Mexico has two residences built on its “pretty and quiet” grounds. There is a two bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom ranch home alongside a two-story house with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms.
There is also a giant red barn and a RV-ready campsite, with septic, water, and electric hookups.
Originally built in 1986, he thought that these “very well-built homes” presented to him a “good opportunity.”