The circa 1900 farmhouse on West Church Road was put up for sale this summer and was recently withdrawn pending an offer. Let’s hope whoever bought it keeps the original structure standing, one of the oldest extant buildings in Sterling. County records show the property having belonged to Billy Shetter, a postal worker in Sterling, who died in the summer of 2012.
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