Take A Look Inside Albany’s Haunted Thurlow Terrace Mansion
Since 1892, the Thurlow Terrace Mansion of Albany has been catching the eye of all New Yorkers. The Charles LaDow House is currently up for sale and we take you inside the home, and share some history with Behind The Scenes.
The home was designed by Ernest Hoffman in the Romanesque style,The home is over 8,600 square feet with three finished levels. You'll find 11 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 partial bath, a library, beautiful hardwood flooring, and central air. According to Sotheby's International Realty, the home is currently on the market for $799,000.
Fans of the paranormal may recognize the castle as one of Albany's top paranormal spots. In his book "Albany Architecture: A Guide to the City" Matthew Bender writes about one boy dying from asphyxiation soon after moving into the castle due to a faulty gas fixture back in the home in 1904. Rumor has it, his ghost is still on the grounds of the castle. The ghost is reported to spend time in the upper tower.
Take a look behind the scenes and go in this beautiful home: