Hope you find the time to stop and visit us at Aged In The Hills! We're only a short 3.7 miles off Rt.5&20 heading South on Rt.64
There are many useful sites to go to where you can check out what's happening locally.
www.bloomfieldbuzz.com is one for the Bloomfield & Bristol areas.
www.bloomfieldantiquemile.com for local antique shops.
www.visitfingerlakes.com for just about everything happening around the Finger Lakes area.
Welcome to Aged In The Hills Antiques & Uniques!
On June 16th, 2012 we celebrated five years of being in business. We continue to bring different things into the shop and have filled both floors with fine, unusual and fun items. In the almost four years we've been open, we have met countless delightful & interesting folks - many have made us a 'must go to' on their Antique Mile travels!
We strive to keep an eclectic variety of antiques and treasures available in a wide price range. If you don’t see what you’re searching for, ask – because I might have it at home! Now take a pictorial ‘tour’ through the rooms or stop in to visit in person.
We’re open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11-5. Should those days not meet your schedule, please feel free to call and set up an appointment for a day or time better suited to your plans!
Saturdays and Sundays we have complimentary coffee and sweets!
In January 2007, a stroke of good luck made our business possible because we found this wonderful old 1833 cobblestone house which was vacant for decades and was just waiting for someone to bring it back to life! We worked tirelessly renovating and filling both floors with wonderful old items that would look nice in your home or added to your particular collection! We opened our doors on June 16th and have continued to fill the rooms with lovely antiques and timeless treasures. We enjoy having customers and friends can come to visit, buy and talk about antiques, old house renovations and the historic area of Bristol, once called Muttonville, that we are located near.
This is the sole remaining cobblestone structure in the Town of Bristol. The first floor exterior has been plastered over, but was originally all cobblestone. A letter from Mrs. Dorothy Riker in 1980 to the Town of Bristol Historian, states that the house was built for Mrs. Riker's great-grandfather, Munson Hitchcock and his wife Amelia, records show this to be around 1833.