Coeymans 1910 Brick Estate Sits On 73 Acres & Features 3rd Floor Ballroom

This historic Georgian Colonial was built with local bricks in 1910 to view the Hudson River and the Berkshires. It is situated on 73 acres complete with guest houses, 3 barns, and a 3 car garage. Classical Grecian architecture allows for oversized and high ceilings. There is an enormous second-floor covered terrace. Along central hall leads to a third-story ballroom. The main house has 5 bedrooms, 3 and a half baths and 6 fireplaces. It was built as a summer home on land given as a wedding gift to Edward and Martha Van Antwerp. There is also a wooded road that leads to a bridge to 42 acre Shad Island. This is part of the estate along the Hudson River shoreline. It is on the market for $2.9 million.

Heartwrenching Look at Beloved Capital Region Concert Venue Before Demolition

The Starlite Music Theater opened in 1957 and was a popular venue located in Latham. There were many acts that passed through the Starlite until 1997. It was a 3,000 seat theater in the round. In the 1980s I saw Belinda Carlisle of the Go Gos at the Starlite Music Theater. Kenny Rogers, The Monkees, Weird Al Yankovic, Jonny Cash, Run DMC, Diana Ross, and more graced the stage. The Starlite closed its doors in 1998 and laid dormant for years. Then in December of 2012, the Starlite was demolished. Here are pictures of the venue in the summer of 2012 before it was leveled.