Enjoy three levels of space in this c.1859 Albany brick townhouse, steps away from all the best parts of the state’s capital…
And, that’s not an exaggeration. Here’s a short list of amenities and attractions mere steps from 227 Jay Street’s front door: Washington Park, Empire Plaza, Albany Institute of History & Art, the Egg, the New York State Museum, Palace Theater, Times Union Center, the New York State Capitol building, and the Hudson River waterfront. That doesn’t include the Lark Street Historic District shops and restaurants. If you’re looking for a hipper vibe without dropping a million-bajillion dollars on a similar townhouse in a certain large city due-south, this townhouse is just the place.
The 1,710-square foot three-story includes two bedrooms, a conjoined first floor living room/sitting room with fireplace, formal dining room, kitchen brick fireplace, and master bedroom with yet another fireplace. Modern perks that come with this updated vintage home like central air conditioning, first-floor laundry room, and large master bath.
This is a townhouse, so don’t expect a massive yard. The property does, however, come with a private stone patio perfect for backyard cookouts or romantic al fresco dinners.
If commuting is something you need to do, the nearest I-787 on-ramp is just minutes away, which will take you north to I-90 or south to I-87.
Is this Albany brick townhouse calling your name? Find out more about 227 Jay Street, Albany from Alexander Monticello.
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