Dilapidated New York tuberculosis hospital, vacant since 1973, hits the market

A 31,000-square-foot tuberculosis hospital west of Saratoga Springs, abandoned since 1973 and wreathed in vines and graffiti, is on the market for $250,000 – three years after the owner bought it at auction for $55,000. Owner James Walk, a Texan, told the Times Union that he hopes to sell the Saratoga County Homestead in Providence, New York, to a local who could “give it the care it deserves.” He said the pandemic and travel restrictions

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