Romanesque sTYLE HOUSE OVERLOOKING WASHINGTON PARK
10 Thurlow Terrace, Albany NY
Mixed Use Zoning
The Charles LaDow House, designed by Ernest Hoffman in the Romanesque style, is an imposing residence on a choice lot overlooking Washington Park. 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, and mixed use zoning, this home is suitable to be adapted for many uses. Local amenities, combined with the aesthetic of America's early architecture create the opportunity to create a one of a kind office space, apartment building or condo conversion close to Albany Medical Center and the University at Albany's Downtown Campus.
Wainscotting, ceramic tile , crown moldings and coffered ceilings adorn the interior of this spacious home with period style. The character of this home is unmatched and authentic, creating a truly unique atmosphere both inside and out. Whether in the study, living room or bedroom, enjoy a book by one of the eight carefully selected and uniquely designed fireplaces that this home offers. The thought and care and craftsmanship poured into the design of this house is characteristic of the period's affluent homes.
"Being unique in every way, is beauty in it's own respect" - Zacheree