Hang onto your hats for a Queen Anne renovation that will have you flipping your lid.
Please excuse our hat-related puns, but when you’re looking at a property entitled The Catskill Milliner, it’s difficult to resist the temptation. The home’s unusual moniker refers to the Hudson Milliner, an inn on Warren Street in Hudson, NY, so-named for the building’s first floor, once a millinery (that’s old-timey for “hat shop”).
The c.1840 Queen Anne Victorian depicted above was never a millinery, but it was also an inn owned by the Hudson Milliner’s owners and features a pleasing restoration with a focus on comfort and understated style.
The 2,984-square-foot features both old-fashioned and industrial-style details like a mix of wood and steel support beams, hardwood floors, custom tile work, and soaring ceilings.
The main floor makes quite a first impression with the open living room’s marble fireplace, French doors, and gourmand-friendly kitchen with live-edge wood counters and restored butler’s pantry.
Also includes four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The owners made a bold renovation choice of removing the third floor attic, giving the bedrooms cathedral ceilings and this fun loft space…
According to the listing, you can choose to get the furnishings that comes with the home, and, given what we’ve seeing in these photos, that might not be such a bad idea. They’re kinda perfect!
Situated a half-mile from Catskill village’s Main Street and its boutiques, antique stores, galleries, eateries, and more. If you start your stroll headed east toward the Hudson River, you’ll find riverside parks and views of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge.
See more of this home’s stunning transformation at thecatskillmilliner.com/tour.
Can’t imagine going another minute without hanging your hat inside Catskill Milliner? Find out more about 78 Spring Street, Catskill, NY here.