There are many places in
Albanyville that its residents call home. These are just a few...
ELMWOOD LANE, ALBANYVILLE
note: The house was first built by
Charles Callison's father shortly before the birth of Landon Callison. It
was the senior Callison's wish that the home would be passed down from
generation to generation.
LANDINGS CT., ALBANYVILLE
note: This home was originally owned by
an elderly doctor. It was sold to Dr. Paul Monroe and his family
when they moved to town and the older doctor retired to Florida. After the
deaths of Dr. Monroe and his wife, the home was inherited by their two sons.
GREEN ST., ALBANYVILLE
note: This quaint home was purchased by Douglas Davis to provide a
stable home for his sister Grace in 1933.
RIVER RD., ALBANYVILLE
note: This cozy apartment building is
located just a few streets away from scenic Baily
Park. Once restricted to women only, it's just been in the last few years
that men have been
allowed in the doors.
SPRING LAKE RD., ALBANYVILLE
note: This old farmhouse is on the grounds of the Callison
Stables. It has been provided to the stables' caretaker as a residence for
54 SPRING LAKE DR., ALBANYVILLE
note: This stately manor was inherited by the Manchesters after the
death of its previous owner, author Thornton Preston.
76 MAPLETON WAY, ALBANYVILLE
note: This grand estate is located next Spring Lake and affords
luxurious views and elegant living.
TINSDALE DR., ALBANYVILLE
note: This modest home is located in the predominately Negro
section of Albanyville.
SPRUCE LANE, ALBANYVILLE
note: This elegant home is in one of the more established and
upper class sections of town. The surrounding
neighborhood is home to various prominent townspeople and
the mayor resides only a few streets over.