Deal of the Week: Albany, NY’s Historic Charles LaDow House Reduced to $750K, Prev. Listed as Much as $1.2M (PHOTOS)

Albany, NY’s Historic Charles LaDow House Reduced to $750K, Prev. $1.2M

10 Thurlow Terrace, Albany, New York, United States, 12203

A towering stone castle perched beside Washington Park Lake and just minutes to downtown Albany, New York has been reduced to $750,000. It was built in 1891 for Charles LaDow, an inventor of agricultural machinery, and was designed by architect Ernest Hoffman. Carefully constructed of stone for the wealthy inventor, this late 1800s home is truly memorable with each unique detail thoughtfully conceived to compliment the whole. At over 8,600 square feet on three finished levels, the home offers 11 bedrooms, 2 full & 1 half bathrooms, 8 unique fireplaces, an impressive staircase and extensive wood detail that will leave you speechless. The 0.62 acre lot includes mixed use zoning and could be adapted for many different uses. According to, The Charles LaDow House last sold in 2006 for a little over $1,200,000, it came back on the market in 2010 for $1,100,000 and has been consistently re-listed with lower prices ever since. Today it can be yours for just $750,000 $799,000! It would be incredible to see it turned back into a private residence or a museum of some sort. It’s on the market with Sotheby’s International Realty

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