Live Like a Prince Inside this $3.5M Stunner in Downtown 'Toga

Most know that Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, better known as the Crown Prince of Dubai, has invested millions of dollars into the Saratoga economy since 2008.

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Two Princes! Crown Prince of Dubai with Prince William

The horse racing enthusiast and horse owner known simply as the Prince has been known to fly into town to catch one of his thoroughbreds in action.

But you don't need to be an actual Prince, King, or Queen to own this stunning property in Saratoga Springs, just listed for a cool $3.5 million!

Considered one of the finest pieces of real estate in all of Saratoga County, this spectacular building is located at 53 Church in Saratoga Springs and is known for its historical facade but few have seen "the inside" of this beauty - until now.

Listed recently by Roohan Realty, this historic building built in 1940 features two commercial spaces on the first floor and a total of 6 additional appts.

You don't need to be a Prince, King, or Queen to own this stunning property in Saratoga Springs, you'll just live like one with features that include:

  • A cornerstone unit with a four-level penthouse, gourmet kitchen and pantry, soaring ceilings, and exposed supports.
  • It features an actual dance studio
  • Two dining areas
  • A wide open great room
  • Fabulous master suite.
  • Rooftop pool and gardens

Few Have Seen Inside this $3.5M Stunner in Downtown 'Toga

Images from the Kegs and Eggs Riots in Albany 2011

It's hard to believe that 12 years ago - this happened in Albany. It was ugly, it was embarrassing, and it changed the way St Patricks Day would be celebrated in the city forever. In all, over 40 Albany college students were arrested after a weekend party turned riotous. Here are some of the images from a day in Upstate NY that few will soon forget: Kegs and Eggs in Albany, March 2011

30 Interesting Facts About the ADKs You Probably Didn't Know!

There's a lot to love about living in the Capital Region, but for me, it's our close proximity to the wonder and beauty that is the Adirondack Mountains. Hikers, campers, wildlife enthusiasts, thrill seekers, and more travel from all over the world to visit our beautiful ADK mountains. From its awe-inspiring high peaks and crystal clear lake, ponds, and streams to its stunning wildlife, our mountains are second to none. And as you'll find, there's no shortage of interesting facts about figures about the mighty ADKs - here are 30 fascinating ones you may not have known!


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