Just a block or two east and this week’s house would’ve been demolished to make way for the Empire State Plaza. Built in 1874, it a three-story brick townhouse tucked into the Central Square neighborhood across from the Hudson-jay Park.
It’s been updated over time, but retains plaster moldings, woodwork and a fireplace with a marble mantel. The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a laundry room on the second floor and kitchen on the ground floor. In addition to the wood-burning fireplace, there is a wood-burning stove in the master bedroom and a stone patio behind the house. There ■ If you have seen or own a particularly interesting home for sale that we should feature, send the address to lhorn[email protected]sunion.com
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is a formal dining room and a remodeled third-f loor bathroom with skylight, jetted tub and electric towel warmer. Taxes: $8,496. List price: $315,000. Listing agent Alexander Monticello of Monticello Real Estate will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Contact him at 518-227-0718.
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133 Jay St., Albany, was built in 1874. It is across from the Hudson-jay Park. At left is the kitchen.