Looking to convert? This Schodack Landing church is ready for a transcendent transformation into something new.
We’re swapping out Five-Figure Friday for Fixer-Upper Friday this week, and this nineteenth-century Victorian church building in the upper Hudson Valley caught our eye. We blame its reasonable listing price, but the impressive stained glass windows seal the deal…
…along with the potential for what this 1,848-square-foot space could be with the right kind of conversion to a single-family or multi-family home, studio, or both. According to the listing, the property is currently zoned residential, so keep that in mind before you let your imagination run too wild.
In addition to the main sanctuary and choir loft, there are offices and back rooms with storage, as well as an unfinished partial basement with two furnaces. We’re most curious about the belfry tower and would love to see what it looks like up there.
The one-acre lot sits in the middle of Schodack Landing, a small hamlet situated on the Schodack Creek in southern Rensselaer County, NY. Schodack Creek runs parallel to the Hudson River, and the church sits right across the road from the creek. Both the Capital District and the northern Catskills are convenient to this location.
Want to see a miraculous conversion of this Schodack Landing church? Find out more about 624 River Road, Schodack Landing, NY from BHHS Hudson Valley.