Buy a Boutique Hotel in a Hudson, NY Hot Spot, $2.55M

  |  September 10, 2018

Get in on the ground floor of this future hotel in Hudson, Columbia County’s epicenter of art and culture…

Formerly a home for the elderly, McKinstry Mansion on Union Street dates back to 1835. That’s a lot of years of use, and, according to the listing, it’s also plenty of time to build up layers of linoleum, carpeting, paint, and wallpaper. These days, this 17,000-square-foot Federal building has been stripped of all those old layers, gutted down to the studs, and awaiting a revival as Hudson’s newest boutique hotel, plans included in the sale.

What that gut reveals were wide-board floors, moldings, plaster walls, 8 fireplaces (5 working), mantels, and windows.

Take a look at this cool double staircase…

…and, this spacious building should off plenty of room for airy guest accommodations. It also comes equipped for business with plumbing for 24 sinks and toilets already in place, as well as commercial-grade water/sewer/gas lines, heated sidewalk (!!), elevator, sprinklers, security/fire alarms, fire escapes, three-phase electric, two seven-zone gas-fired boilers.

Looks like it’s set up for an occupant, too, which is great if you love creepy The Shining-like scenarios…

…and also if you need to live on site while work is happening.

The half-acre lot takes up a whole Hudson block, with four of its eight lots currently vacant. Imagine the courtyard you could create for this hotel.

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McKinstry Mansion is within walking distance of dozens of Hudson city attractions. Everything from world-renowned food to live music to the local farmers market to yoga studios to antique stores are just a stroll away. The Hudson Amtrak station is located one mile up Warren Street on the Hudson Riverfront.

Considering making an investment in a community with this hotel in Hudson? Find out more about 620 Union Street, Hudson from Mary Mullane Real Estate.

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