This 3-story townhouse is not your average Center Square find, and that isn't just because it has a garage. 67 Dove Street, an Albany historical attraction, has had its fair share of noteworthy guests. It is widely known as the site of bootlegger Jack (Legs) Diamond's final residence before he was killed in his upstairs bedroom in 1931. This home is still a place of refuge and an office for William Kennedy, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Albany Cycle series, and founder of The New York State Writer's Institute. This is an inviting, cool, museum-like residence which has kept its 19th century character, but with modern flair. Freshly painted, appropriately updated, and solidly maintained. This enchanting property is searching for new stories to tell...could they be yours?