Built in 1855 and named for Moses Green, known as “Captain Green” around Troy, the Green House Mansion recently hit the market for $1.19 million in Troy, New York. If the 12 bedroom, 6 bathroom residence looks familiar, you might already follow the home’s popular Instagram account or even caught a glimpse of it in Julian Fellowes latest period drama The Gilded Age. Listing details: Viral sensation Green House Mansion is a free-standing 12 bedroom, 6 bathroom Victorian brownstone that sits on a triple-wide lot along historic downtown Troy’s most desirable street and block. Ornate details, inlaid hardwood floors, 14-foot & pressed-tin ceilings, plaster molding, arched & pocket doors and formal perennial garden make this a highly-desirable, historic, yet livable property for an owner-occupant or as part of a portfolio. The 103-foot-wide lot is the only vacant land facing private Washington Park where residents have exclusive keyed access. An incredible opportunity for an investor. There are many newly renovated and restored spaces, including kitchens and bathrooms. Currently rented as a 4-unit, could return to 5 or change to 6 with garden level. The Green House Mansion is on the market for $1.19 million with Derek Greene of The Greene Realty Group. Follow the Green House Mansion on Instagram!
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