On a hillside overlooking downtown Albany, Loudonville Estate presents a menagerie of architectural styles woven together through the use of like-materials and complimentary proportions. The Estate consists of a twentieth century Federal style residence, a revitalized historic brick home originally built in the nineteenth century, and a walled garden with a central pavilion.
To the southeast of the walled garden stands the historic Manor, once the centerpiece to the large estate. Great care was taken to restore this neglected structure, including restoration of the original brick façade, shutters, brackets, and ironwork. The interior was respectfully renovated; these changes stay consistent with the historic character while providing modern convenience and amenity.