Upstater is celebrating Fancy Friday today, with a stunning Warren Street single-family in Hudson.
This brick beauty was built in 1900, and suffered the scourges of being broken into several apartments over the years. But someone lovingly restored it to single-family status—albeit with a one-bedroom “mother-in-law” apartment. The entry welcomes visitors with a wrought-iron fence and arbor overflowing with flowers.
The foyer is airy with a lightly finished original hardwood floor, and simple-but-elegant black and white stairs.
The front parlor has light-blue walls and is currently dressed with Midcentury Modern velvet furniture.
The mid-parlor’s centerpiece is a brick fireplace flanked by nearly floor-to-ceiling windows.
Behind the mid-parlor is this moody parlor bar. It carries echoes of ancient details like the brick fireplace, the aged bar…
…and an honest-to-goodness telephone booth!
The kitchen is modern with quartz counters over simple blue cabinetry. Upper cabinets are the same tone, but with glass fronts.
High-end stainless-steel appliances lend elegance.
And glass sliders lead to the kitchen deck.
A dining room fits a family’s needs.
The main-floor bath sports a shower stall, hexi tile on the floor, and frosted glass in the windows.
The second floor’s hallway is outfitted with built-in bookshelves.
A chandelier, decorative brick-backed fireplace, and a high ceiling are the highlights in this bedroom.
An office is slim but functional, with the same beautiful original hardwood flooring that runs throughout the home.
If you need proof that the home is kid-friendly, this bedroom is it.
The hall bath has lavender walls, gray-and-white floor tile, and white subway tile within the glass-enclosed, oversized shower.
This bedroom is another office for now.
The primary bedroom is oversized.
So is the primary ensuite bath. It has the same decor as its hallway counterpart, plus a dual-sink vanity and standalone soaking tub.
Stairs off the primary bedroom climb to a third-floor gym.
This alleyway leads to the mother-in-law suite—access is also available from the main home’s kitchen.
The one-bedroom apartment has a surprisingly roomy living room and open kitchen.
A lavender-walled bath has a shower tiled in white.
Honey-toned hardwood flooring glows in the bedroom, which also has blue walls and a separate entrance to a private deck.
Steps from this deck lead to the backyard oasis…
…that includes ponds, a hot tub, and a coveted garage.
Of course, this house is close to everything in Hudson (it’s literally next door to the Wasabi Japanese restaurant and a one-minute stroll to Wunderbar Bistro for some schnitzel). If the new owner desires, the zoning in the area allows for commercial enterprises here, too.
If this stunning Warren Street single-family in Hudson is your dream come true, find out more about 809 Warren Street, Hudson, from Victor Mendolia with The Kinderhook Group, Inc.