It's all about the neighborhood.
This home on over three acres provides plenty of private space inside and out.
You'll find the Village of Scotia, population 7,729 a quaint walk-about community with a large ratio
of parkland. Nestled on the banks of the Mohawk River swimming, boating and year round fishing on Collins Lake along with a wide variety of sports.
Just across the river you'll find
historic Schenectady along with multiple levels of education, transportation, entertainment and health
services available in neighboring Albany and Saratoga Springs
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Featured here, 32 Sunnyside Rd. is a country like estate located on the corner of Sunnyside Road &
Washington Avenue in the Village of Scotia. Over 3 acres of country living will provide all of the
privacy that you could ask for yet businesses, parks & playgrounds, a library & movie theater are all
within walking distance. This property is adjacent to parkland on one of the most desirable tree lined
streets. Overlooking Collins Lake & Collins Park, it has an incredible views of the Helderberg Mountains.
From a real estate standpoint there are no comparable that can provide the features and benefits of this
New York State's Gaming Facility Location Board recently announced support for the "Rivers Casino and Resort at Mohawk Harbor"
in Schenectady. The $330 million plan for 60 acres of water front property already included 304 apartments, 70 condominiums, 10 townhouses and a 124-room
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.
Supporters of the former Alco Plant also have their eye on 60,000 square feet of office and retail space surrounding the harbor with room for 50 boat slips, and public access to landscaped
walking and bike trails.
Schenectady Casino Proposal a Winner
Glenville seeks infrastructure to support Schenectady Casino
- Three bedrooms and two full bathrooms located on the 2nd floor.
- Large 1st floor office, laundry, bathroom & cozy sunroom with five large picture windows.
- Master bath with custom full glass shower stall, whirlpool tub, dual sinks and radiant heat floor.
- Regency Natural Gas fireplaces with remote control in master bedroom and living room.
- Generous space on 3rd Floor, dry basement and multiple outdoor buildings.
- Fully screened Gazebo/Wedding Chapel with park and lake view. Electricity, Phone, Cable TV & Ethernet.
- Heated kidney shaped Del Gallo custom pool with slide, cuddle cove, safety cover and dedicated pool shed
- Fully fenced pool area with integral stamped concreate and safe MagnaLatch protected gates
- Newly built in 2013 30' x 10' garden shed with steel roof, plumbed with a farm sink and toilet.
- Tractor shed with locking garage door by “Overhead Doors.”
- Fourteen zone fully programmable sprinkler system.
- Two and half stall attached garage and work area with built in cabinets & countertop.
Two closets, multiple fluorescent light fixtures & a sink make this a pretty well rounded garage
for parking, storage & working. Liftmaster® automatic
doors and keyless entry pad.
- Circular Driveway with additional two car paved parking pad
- Generac® gas backup generator, installed following Hurricane Irene in 2011.
- Updated Central Air never has to overtime.
- Culligan Water Softener and filtered drinking water
- DUAL Full size size Hot Water Heaters provides all the hot water you could ever need!
- Verizon FIOS fiberoptics and Time Warner Internet & TV services available.
- Village Water, Sewer, free trash collection and public emergency services.
- Many opportunities in youth sports including Baseball, Softball, Basketball(*2014 NYS Champions), Bowling,
Soccer, Lacrosse, Football, Cheerleading, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Swimming and Rowing.
Relocating to upstate New York you'll find a wonderful surprise called the Village of Scotia. Across the
Mohawk River is the historic home of General Electric, 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