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199 2nd Street

Troy, NY 12180

Pending

$1,000,000

Listing by:
Joseph Briggs
Houlihan Lawrence Inc.
(845) 677-6161

Green House Mansion, 199 2nd Street, Troy NY, is a Victorian brownstone, built in 1855 and facing the private Washington Park in historic downtown Troy, NY. The free-standing elegant 11 BR, 6 BA building sits on a triple-wide lot on the most desirable block of the city's nicest street. Ornate architectural details, inlaid hardwood floors, tin-pressed ceilings, hand-poured plaster moldings, arched and pocket doors, 14-foot ceilings and formal perennial gardens make this a truly magnificent residential and investment property. Currently rented as a 4-unit, the Mansion could easily become a 5-unit or potentially a 6-unit when including the garden level. The 103' wide lot is the largest vacant land facing private Washington Park. Positive Cash Flow.

$1,000,000
13.0
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
0.47
Acres
Year Built:
1855
County:
Rensselaer
Acres:
0.47
Listing Agent:
Joseph Briggs
Listing Office:
Houlihan Lawrence Inc.
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Features

Town: Troy
Bedrooms: 13
Full Bathrooms: 6
Estimated Taxes: $10,696
Water: Public
Sewer: Public Sewer
Heat: Hot Water
Garage: 0
Property Style: Townhouse
Basement: Bath/Stubbed, Exterior Entry, Finished, Full, Heated, Walk-Out Access
Exterior: Brick, Drywall, Plaster, Stone
Exterior Features: Garden
Cooling: None
Parking Spaces: 2
Zoning: Mixed
Bedrooms Unit 1: 6
Bedrooms Unit 2: 2
Bedrooms Unit 3: 1
Bedrooms Unit 4: 2
Interior Features: Built-in Features, Cathedral Ceiling(s), Ceramic Tile Bath, Crown Molding, Granite Counters, High Speed Internet, Solid Surface Counters, Steam Shower, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Walk-In Closet(s)

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