Historic brick row house in Troy

Historic brick row house in Troy

The historic home may use some elbow grease.

Photo by Leigh Hornbeck


It is a three-story brick home close to downtown Troy this week. In-built 1860, the home in 369-371 2nd St., Troy has lots of the trappings of a historic gem – wooden floors, intricate moldings, fireplaces with fancy mantels, pocket doorways, and ornamental wooden finishes – it simply wants a bit elbow grease. The house has 3,322 sq. ft of residing area, 5 bedrooms, and three loos. It’s positioned on a three-corner plot with area for parking and gardens. The property is positioned between the Hudson River and Prospect Park, simply south of downtown. Trojan faculties. Tax: $9,669. Checklist worth: $379,000. Contact itemizing agent Colin McDonald of McDonald Actual Property Co. at 518-505-4977 or [email protected]

Robert Kristel

It is a three-story brick home close to downtown Troy this week. In-built 1860, the home in 369-371 2nd St., Troy has lots of the trappings of a historic gem – wooden floors, intricate moldings, fireplaces with fancy mantels, pocket doorways, and ornamental wooden finishes – it simply wants a bit elbow grease.

The house has 3,322 sq. ft of residing area, 5 bedrooms, and three loos. It’s positioned on a three-corner plot with area for parking and gardens. The property is positioned between the Hudson River and Prospect Park, simply south of downtown. Trojan faculties.

Tax: $9,669. Checklist worth: $379,000. Contact itemizing agent Colin McDonald of McDonald Actual Property Co. at 518-505-4977 or [email protected]

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