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Albany Times Union - Sunday - - SPACES - Leigh horn­beck House of the Week ▶

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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House of the week pho­tos, go to Leigh Horn­beck’s Places & Spa­ces blog at http://blog.time­sunion.com/realestate or use the QR code above on your smart phone.

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.

lhorn­[email protected]­sunion.com 518-454-5352 @leigh­horn­beck

Pho­tos by Jon Shideler / Mon­ti­cello Real Es­tate

133 Jay St., Al­bany, was built in 1874. It is across from the Hud­son-jay Park. At left is the kitchen.

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