Own a piece of Troy history with this historic Greek Revival mansion, the first home built as a part of Washington Park, one of the few remaining private parks in the region. This gorgeous three-unit home was built in 1835 for Albert P. Heartt, well-known in 18th-century Troy, and founder of Washington Park. This home is unique in a number of ways, but perhaps the most unique aspect of 171 2nd Street is the possibility that the bricks that make up its exterior were made by Samuel, “Uncle Sam” Wilson. Inside, the beautiful flow of light is enhanced by 12 ½ foot ceilings and spacious, airy rooms with south-facing windows. The home is completed with an elaborate original cast-iron fence (c. 1850), a 3-car garage, and triple-lot with the original fountain and countless historic features.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Dist.
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