The Center Square/Hudson-Park Historic District in downtown Albany, NY is home to this gleaming brick Victorian townhouse.
Sandwiched between Washington Park and Empire State Plaza is a very good place to be, indeed. Across the street to the east is the Egg performing arts center, the Empire State Plaza ice rink, museums, parks, and historic landmarks. To the west is Washington Park, the perfect public place to have a wander in one of Albany’s nicest neighborhoods. It’s also a neighborhood packed to the gills with beautifully-preserved vintage architecture, and 133 Jay Street is one of the prettiest on the street.
And, we think you’ll find the 2,820-square-foot interior equally impressive, decked out in all the trappings of an antique Victorian: Refinished hardwood floors, restored windows, ten-foot ceilings with medallions, a marble fireplace in the living room, crown moldings, exposed brick, and built-ins.
The kitchen will win you over with stainless steel, granite counter tops, center island, and two sinks…
…or, the upstairs bedrooms might be the thing that cinches the deal. One of the two bedrooms includes a cedar-lined walk-in closet, while the other comes with a wood stove and sleeping alcove. According to the listing, the house contains three fireplaces, total.
In spite of its location right in the middle of downtown Albany, there’s room for a fenced-in backyard with a stone patio and trellis.
Finding yourself enchanted by this brick Victorian townhouse in Albany, NY? Find out more about 133 Jay Street, Albany from Monticello Licensed Real Estate Broker.