Walk everywhere – waterfront, college campuses, retail, restaurants, parks, and farmers market – from this pristine Troy Victorian rowhouse.
And, you can scratch your itch for something historic in the process. Originally built in 1890, the single-family home is situated on Troy’s Grand Street Historic District, cozied-up to equally-well-maintained brick rowhouses and period architecture.
There’s room enough inside for the whole family and then some with three bedrooms, two baths, and over 2,100 square feet. The original features have been meticulously cared-for and preserved, including the wood trim, moldings, ceiling medallions, decorative fireplaces, wood floors, and pocket doors that slide into the walls.
The updated kitchen features exposed brick walls, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, and transom door.
Take the curved wood staircase to the second floor, where you’ll find the bedrooms plus and large bath with double sinks and clawfoot tub. There’s also a laundry room with washer and dryer on the second floor, and the unfinished basement has a separate entrance.
One extra perk to this particular rowhouse: Most rowhouses have shared walls on both sides. This one only shares one wall with a next-door neighbor, which means you get the eastern wall on Williams Street all to yourself.
If you’re already paying around $1,500 per month in rent, and you’re in the market for a nice home in a nice neighborhood walking-distance to darn-near everything…well, why aren’t you living here already?
Is this Troy Victorian rowhouse…The One? Find out more about 418 Grand Street, Troy here.
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