The Village of Scotia went viral when local magician
made international news, including an appearance on
ABC's Good Morning America
After being stopped for speeding on Vley Rd., Mr Brundage had an opportunity to show his talent
to local officers who video taped the incident. The event was posted on
quickly spread via social media including our local
Close to Albany and Saratoga, New York there's a wonderful surprise called the Village of Scotia. Population of 7,709, this quiet hamlet has a strong sense
of community and history. Nestled on the banks of the Mohawk River you can walk or bike to a variety of stores, restaurants, a large park, sporting venues, a beach, year round fishing,
a library, a Cinema, a Village Fire and Police station, You'll enjoy outdoor concerts at Freedom Park,
an Annual Father's Day Car Show, Fall and Winter Festivals and
dinner outside as you watch the U. S. Water Ski Show Team. It's all free!
Across the river is the historic home of General Electric's Schenectady plant, It's a short drive to many
universities including NCAA Hockey Champs, Union College,
Jimmy Fallon's College of St. Rose,
Albany Medical College,
and SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
It's also 30 minutes from the fastest growing semiconductor technology from
GlobalFoundries Inc. the new owner of IBM's chip technology.
32 Sunnyside Rd.
Our featured property is 32 Sunnyside Rd, a country estate located within walking distance to
all the popular Village destinations. This huge corner property is adjacent to undeveloped parkland offering the ultimate privacy
on the most desirable street in the area. Over 3 acres of landscaped gardens over looking Collins Lake, Collins Park with views
of the Helderberg Mountains. It's gazebo/wedding chapel has been a popular photo spot
Even the heated pool is hidden from view behind the house, a 2 1/2 stall garage , tractor shed and pool shed.
Sunnyside Road, Scotia