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$23.5 Mil Historic Lake George Estate w/Intricate Woodwork
$23.5 Mil Historic Lake George Estate w/Intricate Woodwork
The Royal C. Peabody Estate was built for the founder of Brooklyn Edison (Con Edison) in 1905. It is a two-and-a-half-story lakefront estate that sits overlooking Lake George. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate consists of 31.29 Acres and 470 feet of lakefront property on Lake George. The mansion has been restored with modern amenities and the look of the early 1900s. The mansion boasts intricate woodwork and a stone basement with a brick wine cellar.
Spreading Joy! Holiday Train Stops in Mechanicville-Take a Look!
Spreading Joy! Holiday Train Stops in Mechanicville-Take a Look!
It had been three years since the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled through the Capital Region. It made three stops; Mechanicville, Saratoga Springs, and Fort Edward. The first was Mechanicville on a rainy Sunday night. This is where I enjoyed the festive holiday train. They are traveling across the country to 106 stops. At each stop, they play live music and collect donations for the local food banks. Country Artist Lindsay Ell was the musical entertainment and she was awesome. The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train also presented the Mechanicville Community Center with a check for $3500 to help restock the food bank. Even though the weather wasn't ideal, a couple of hundred families joined the fun.
Upstate Singer Joins Lee Brice for Memorable Duet! Watch the Magic Happen!
Upstate Singer Joins Lee Brice for Memorable Duet! Watch the Magic Happen!
There aren't many out there like Lee Brice, that's for sure! Brice is one of a handful of superstars who does as much good off-stage, as he does while he's on it. Lee Brice paid a visit to the Capital Region on Friday, and unlike most concerts, this one came and went with very little hype and hardly any fanfare, yet made quite a mark on Capital Region residents in attendance...
Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling NY Home & Retires from NFL
Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling NY Home & Retires from NFL
Former Buffalo Bills star, Cole Beasley left the team and was planning on playing with Tom Brady in Tampa but after a week, he decided to retire. He wants to spend more time being a dad. When he left the Bills, he put his Orchard Park home on the market. It sold on October 17th for $1.2 million. Check out this sprawling estate that the former Buffalo Bills wide receiver used to live in. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, a three-and-a-half car heated garage, and sits on 4.6 acres. It also has stunning American Hickory Hand Dressed Engineered Floors. The home is nearly seven thousand square feet. It's pretty modest for an NFL player if you ask me.
Did You Know? A Speeding Ticket in Upstate NY Inspired Iconic Rock Song!
Did You Know? A Speeding Ticket in Upstate NY Inspired Iconic Rock Song!
Did You Know? A rock legend recently explained how he was inspired to write one of the biggest 80's rock songs after he was caught speeding in Upstate NY while on his way from Albany Airport to Lake Placid for a show. Thinking that the speed limit back in the 1980s was 65 MPH, this lead-footed rocker gassed it up to 62 MPH, only to get pulled over.  Here's the rest of the story: The Lyrics "I
Streets Closed, No Parking! Where is HBO Filming this Week in Albany?
Streets Closed, No Parking! Where is HBO Filming this Week in Albany?
Streets Closed, No Parking! Where is HBO Filming this Week in Albany? If you live, work, or travel through downtown Albany and its surrounding areas, get ready for a little more Gilded Age gridlock! Producers of the hit HBO series "The Gilded Age Season 2" have spent the better part of August filming scenes for its upcoming season throughout historic neighborhoods in Albany, and they'll

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