This iconic 1838 beauty is set in a park-like private setting on the banks of the Hudson River. It’s one of the prettiest homes on the riverfront, with deep historic roots in the Hudson Valley.
The home was built in 1838 by a successful entrepreneur in an unusual and stunning brick Italianate style, complete with tall arched windows, balconies from the upstairs bedrooms, and a slate roof. The home sits on 1.8 groomed acres, with a straight view across the tracks to the river.
The interior rooms have high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, wideboard floors, custom cabinetry, and intricate moldings still intact.
The spacious side deck looks over the manicured gardens with a nice view to the water. The back patio offers a peaceful and quiet retreat.
In the same family for the past 35 years, the home was completely and lovingly restored by the current owners, and is now awaiting her next chapter! Four bedrooms, three baths, and 3,488 square feet.
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