Here’s a true rarity among the commercial/residential listings: a Hudson brick building on the Columbia County city’s main drag for under $1M.
And, for the price, there’s a lot going on inside this c.1876, 3,500-square-foot brick Victorian, situated right in the center of Hudson. Let’s start with the residential side of things, with three separate apartments contained within.
Two of the building’s apartments are one-bedrooms, each one with ten-foot-plus ceilings, large windows, and hardwood floors (which look great, but let’s face it: if you’re living downstairs from wood floors, you get all your neighbors slippers for Christmas).
In addition, there’s a two-bedroom owner’s residence, which is currently laid-out as a single-bedroom with the second bedroom serving as a giant walk-in closet.
Our personal fave is the third-story loft with the houseplant-loving windows.
Down on the ground level, the building comes with an established kitchenwares business within the 1,100-square-foot storefront…
…as well as a dry basement with ample storage capabilities. The .06-acre lot offers room for parking, too.
Its location couldn’t be more ideal: Surrounded by popular businesses and walking-distance from local restaurants and the Amtrak station, the building could be a mere investment for you…or, you could make it your primary residence, integrate yourself into the community, and make it your live/work space while keeping the other apartments as much-needed long-term rentals in a Hudson Valley city filled with short-term rentals and Airbnbs.
Want to take over this Hudson brick building? Find out more about 344 Warren Street, Hudson, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.