Here’s one from the “More Bang for Your Buck” Department: This five-acre horse farm in the town of Coeymans in southern Albany County. The main farmhouse was originally built in 1817 and includes 2600 square feet and five bedrooms, not to mention plank flooring, two gas fireplaces, a wood stove, and plenty of space for the whole family and some guests, to boot. Is there also room for some updating and improvements? Definitely, but a kitchen upgrade, new wallpaper, and fresh coat of interior paint would go a long way to gussy things up quite a bit.
As for your horses, they’ll be housed in the 12-16 stall barn on the property, plus a three stall outbarn with paddock and storage shed. Also includes two riding rings. Front yard is fenced in for the pets and the kids. Located less than 10 minutes from the I-87 Thruway, and from there, less than 2.5 hours to NYC. Not too bad for an Albany County street address. Speaking of which, Albany city is about 30 minutes away.
1406 State Route 143, Coeymans Hollow (Coldwell Banker)