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Location type: House
Location address: United States, Albany
Number of texts: 1
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Bethlehem House, also known as the Rensselaer Nicoll House, is a historic home located at Bethlehem in Albany County, New York. It was originally built about 1735 and expanded in 1796, 1810 (kitchen wing), and 1830 (tea room and office). It is two and one half stories high with two and one story additions in the rear. It is constructed of brick with a gambrel roof and three chimneys. It features a one story Victorian-era entrance porch.

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