A Home Fit for a Ship’s Captain in Hudson, $950,000

  |  January 22, 2016


10 s front st hudson ny

It’s not that being a Hudson River ship’s captain in the 18th-century was the fanciest of gigs. It’s just that this particular Hudson River ship captain’s home received a complete renovation in 2010, transforming the historic brick townhouse into an elegant home in Hudson city.

The 5 bed/5 bath house, originally built in 1750, is currently the Hudson Merchant House, a boutique inn located just steps from the Amtrak train station on Hudson’s riverfront. Its location makes it ideal for commuting, but the interior is pure eye-candy, with polished wood floors, brick living room fireplace, fully-modernized kitchen with blue jaguar granite countertops and silver subway tile backsplash, and enough windows to bathe the inside with natural light.

The third floor is the cherry on the cake in the form of a huge loft master bedroom with complete privacy. The second floor consists of 4 beds/3 baths. Step out the back door, and you’re in the midst of a landscaped courtyard and patio, perfect for intimate outdoor entertaining.

The city of Hudson is Columbia County’s cultural epicenter with a scintillating past as the Hudson Valley’s Red-Light District. These days, however, Warren Street features a string of boutique shops, restaurants, record stores, book shops, and both antique and art galleries galore. Situated just over 2 hours from NYC by car, but why bother? Take the train instead.

For more information on this and other properties in Columbia County, visit Peggy Lampman Real Estate.

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10 S. Front Street, Hudson (Peggy Lampman Real Estate)

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