Loudonville is a hamlet in the town of Colonie, in Albany County, New York. Loudonville was a census-designated place in the 1970, 1980, and 1990 US Census, but ceased to be in the 2000 Census. The area is not precisely defined.
In Loudonville, home prices depreciated prominently by a 14.4 percent year-over-year, providing future buyers with lower budgets a better range of options. The average listing price last year was $510,570. At the same time, inventory marginally declined by 2.4 percent to reach 41 listings in this year. Homes in this place typically feature family rooms, allowing families to relax and spend time together. The hot summer days in Loudonville create a high demand for pools, meaning that plenty of properties have in-ground or above-ground pools in their yards. Many houses in this city feature lovely hardwood flooring, for those who prefer the elegance and beauty of this look.