The house at 184 Albany Avenue (NY 32) in Kingston, New York, United States, is a frame building in the Picturesque mode of the Gothic Revival architectural style. It was built around 1860.
In 2002 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has remained a private residence since its original construction.
The house sits on a long, narrow () lot on the east side of the street, a short distance north of the Kingston Stockade District and three houses south of Tremper Avenue. The neighborhood is exclusively residential, except for the nearby Sharp Burial Ground. A non-contributing pool and outbuilding are located behind the house.
It is a two-and-a-half-story building on a brick foundation. The clapboard siding rises to a steeply pitched mansard roof with two cross-gables. It is shingled in patterned slate. The rooflines are marked by heavily molded cornices, paired brackets and decorative friezes. The gables are topped with