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This week’s house is a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home at 30 Pine Tree Lane built along a cul de sac in Albany in 1956.
The builder was Lewis Swyer, an influential local developer whose company, L.A. Swyer Construction, built the amphitheater at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the Ten Eyck Project, 1 Commerce Plaza and 80 State St. in Albany. Swyer’s widow lived in the house until 2018 and maintained it as a time capsule. Only the floors are new throughout.
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