Situated on over two and a half beautifully landscaped acres in the village of Loudonville, the twenty four homes of The Loudon House boast one of the Capital Region’s most prestigious addresses.  Homeowners benefit from the privacy and security of a select community.  Enjoy the quick access to Schuyler Meadows and Wolfert’s Roost Country Clubs, fine dining and shops all within minutes to major roadways.

Loudonville is a high-end community in the Town of Colonie in Albany County, New York. The Colonie Town Multiple Resource Area was listed on the National Register of Historic places in 1985. This luxurious lifestyle is a convenience worth having. Located just minutes from the heart of the Capitol, shopping, dinning and entertainment are just around the corner.

“The Palace Theatre has entered the twenty-first century as a venerable and vital cultural and entertainment facility serving the Capital Region community. On-going renovations, restorations and improvements ensure the service of this architecturally significant landmark for us and future generations. Currently, the Palace Theatre is one very notable  cornerstone in Albany’s growing downtown entertainment district.”
-”In & Around the Palace”- Palace Theater, Albany, NY

“The Egg houses two theatres – the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre. Seating 450, the Swyer Theatre is used for chamber music concerts, cabaret, lectures, multimedia presentations, solo performers and a majority of educational programming. With a seating capacity of 982, the Hart Theatre is used for larger productions including musical theatre, dance and music concerts.”
-”Architecture & History”-The Egg, Center for the Performing Arts, Albany, NY

“Renamed in January 2007, the The Times Union Center is “Upstate New York’s Premier Sports and Entertainment Facility.”..In 2000, the Times Union Center Ranked 14th nationally in total concert attendance, higher than arenas in Philadelphia and other major markets.”
-”History”-Times Union Center, Albany, NY