Ten Broeck Mansion in Albany sits just north of the city's downtown. Views from the historic home's gardens and from its elegant windows look out over row houses, industrial buildings and US Route 787. But it wasn't always this way. In 1789, when it was built by Abraham Ten Broeck, it was farmland as far as the eye could see to the north, south and west, and a casual glance from an east-facing window would produce an unimpeded view of the Hudson River. There's a lot of history here, and a lot of spirit—literally. On this episode of Listen with the Lights on, we take a peek inside with Maeve McEneny.
Catch the last episode of Listen with the Lights On, in which we discuss Tales from Ten Broeck Mansion.