791 Homes For Sale in Albany, NY

  • Reclaimed 4-Bedroom House In Loudonville
    25 Maple La South
    $419,900New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,632 Sq. Ft.
    Loudonville, NY, 12211
    Johanna Clarke
    Field Realty
  • Multi-Family Home In South End
    77 Alexander St
    $219,000New
    1,980 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12202
    Brian Kavanaugh
    Keller Williams Capital Dist
  • Renovated 4-Bedroom House In Normanskill
    120 Tallmadge Pl
    $359,900New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,052 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12208
    David Koes
    Hunt ERA
  • Updated 4-Bedroom House In Loudonville
    441 Loudon Rd
    $539,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,996 Sq. Ft.
    Loudonville, NY, 12211
    Jennifer Wilson
    eXp Realty, LLC
  • Multi-Family Home In Pine Hills
    89 North Pine Av
    $324,900New
    4 Beds2,960 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12203
    Casey Close
    Coldwell Banker Prime Properties
  • Restored 3-Bedroom House In South End
    29 Stephen St
    $129,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,256 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12202
    Brian Kavanaugh
    Keller Williams Capital Dist
  • Remodeled 3-Bedroom House In Buckingham Lake Crestwood
    144 Holmes Dale
    $339,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths1,800 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12208
    Kyle Durni
    Howard Hanna
  • 1161 SqFt House In Helderberg
    96 Hollywood Av
    $234,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,161 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12208
    Jennifer Eitleman
    Gabler Realty, LLC
  • 1717 SqFt House In Upper Washington Avenue
    185 Brevator St
    $229,900New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,717 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12206
    Jennifer Eitleman
    Gabler Realty, LLC
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Tull Park
    21 Laurendale St
    $279,500New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,220 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12205
    Jason Swift
    Laviano & Assoc RE Group
  • Ready To Build Home In Steeple View Neighborhood Community
    Albany, 12211
    $632,900
    2 Beds3 Baths2,011 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12211
    Barbera Homes, Inc.
  • 1720 SqFt House In Westmere
    8 Chapman Dr
    $351,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths1,720 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12203
    James Lyman
    Field Realty
  • 2840 SqFt House In Albany
    614 Krumkill Rd
    $319,900New
    4 Beds2 Baths2,840 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12203
    Steven Cronin
    Cronin Real Estate NY, LLC
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Campus Area
    14 Pinehurst Av
    $249,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,400 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12203
    Christine Sbardella
    518 Realty.Com Inc
  • 1536 SqFt House In Albany
    628 Krumkill Rd
    $209,900New
    2 Beds1 Bath1,536 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12203
    Steven Cronin
    Cronin Real Estate NY, LLC
  • 1060 SqFt House In Loudonville
    80 Southgate Rd
    $249,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,060 Sq. Ft.
    Loudonville, NY, 12211
    Beth Grzyboski
    Keller Williams Capital Dist
  • Multi-Family Home In Pine Hills
    290 West Lawrence St
    $260,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths2,685 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12208
    Jason Young
    Miranda Real Estate Group Inc
  • Multi-Family Home In South End
    1305 East Fourth Ave
    $160,000New
    1,920 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12202
    Karen Smith
    1st Kander Realty Inc
  • 1692 SqFt House In Delaware Avenue
    31 Albion Av
    $189,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,692 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY, 12209
    Lisa Wloch
    Keller Williams Capital Dist
Page 1 of 42

Nearby Homes

    Restored 3-Bedroom House In South End
    $129,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,256 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY 12202
    Multi-Family Home In Bellevue
    $77,000New
    5 Beds2 Baths1,902 Sq. Ft.
    Schenectady, NY 12306
    1717 SqFt House In Upper Washington Avenue
    $229,900New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,717 Sq. Ft.
    Albany, NY 12206

If you’re looking for a city that boasts both a long history as well as a forward-looking focus, look no further than New York’s capital of Albany. Here you’ll find a vibrant epicenter of culture and higher education institutions, as well as exciting development in the city’s midtown and downtown neighborhoods. With a beautiful waterfront location right on the Hudson River, nature lovers and diehard city dwellers alike will find something to please them. Housing options are diverse and include everything from multi-family colonials to historic bungalows and row houses.

A surviving settlement of the first British colonies, Albany is also one of the first cities worldwide to have installed public sewer lines, electricity and natural gas lines, water mains, and other crucial infrastructure that set the standard for all those that followed. City managers, residents and businesses in Albany all work together to create and maintain a high standard of living for the population. The neighborhoods have distinguishing characteristics such as historic architecture and walkable streets, making the city a unique place to call home. There is an emphasis placed on preserving and maintaining historical landmarks, as well as creating modern spaces where occupants can meet and spend leisure time. Food lovers will find extensive options available with choices from all around the world, from high end to more casual dining.

Situated on about 21.8 square miles, Albany boasts four distinct seasons for its approximately 98,000 residents to enjoy (as of the 2010 census). Snow lovers will adore the annual average of 59.1 inches. There are 60+ parks and recreation areas for city inhabitants to use for recreation and relaxation. Because it is in an ideal location geographically, nationally touring acts and artists stop here often, making it a great place to see arts and entertainment. In 2005 Forbes magazine ranked it third in a list of "The Best Places with the Best Education," and topnotch institutions include the Albany Law School, Albany Medical College, SUNY Albany and the New York State Normal School, among others. The city’s economy is heavily dependent on education, government and health care, keeping it relatively immune to economic recessions affecting the rest of the country. The growth in the high-tech industry in the area has resulted in it being nicknamed Tech Valley. If you’re looking for great nightlife, dining, shopping and the arts, check out downtown’s Center Square. Broadway and Pearl Street are destinations for dining, pub going and the theater. Don’t miss first Fridays, the monthly arts event located in various neighborhoods at which you can get free admission to museums, check out galleries and new art exhibits, live entertainment and more. Browse our listings for homes in Albany and find a place in this great city to call home.