Once in a while, the perfect house comes along at the perfect moment. This Hudson house has everything anyone would need for a simple, nonfussy life—and it’s move-in ready.
The three-bedroom, one-bath house has been simply and beautifully renovated, with a neutral color scheme and a beautiful, tidy kitchen. Front porch? Check. Off-street parking? Check. Close to Hudson’s Warren Street? It’s a three-minute drive, a 20-minute walk.
The entry shines with hardwood floors. The 102-year-old staircase is sturdy as ever and has been painted in white and gray that pops against those floors.
Off the entry is this living room, with white walls, a continuation of the refinished original hardwood floors, and bright windows.
The kitchen received a modern update, with a blue-surface-topped cooking island that has room for two stools; butcher-block counters surrounding a farmhouse sink; streamlined white cabinets with black pulls; and white subway tile for a backsplash against a baby-blue accent wall. An original paneled door leads to the backyard.
The dining area is big enough for a table larger than the four-seater that’s pictured here. It’s bright and airy.
Upstairs, the clean white walls continue to provide a simple, welcoming vibe against black-painted doors and those pretty floors.
The window trim has been painted to match the walls, but it’s easy to see it’s original to the house, as are the thick baseboards.
And the rooms have closets, too! That’s not always the case in century-old homes.
The bathroom is basic but beautiful, with a pretty white vanity, subway-tiled tub/shower, and a big, double-hung window for light.
The house sits on a tenth of an acre, with a partially fenced backyard and a bluestone patio for grilling or a firepit. With a good price point and a smashing location not far from Oakdale Park and its pretty lake, this house won’t last long on the market.
So hightail it to this Hudson abode at 20 Glenwood Boulevard for a showing with Nicole Vidor of Nicole Vidor Real Estate Inc. before someone snaps it up.