This Hudson Colonial farmhouse features an unspoiled interior surrounded by a wrap-around porch, sitting on a big corner lot close to town.
Welcome to Hudson, NY! It’s long been one of the most coveted towns in the Hudson Valley, so gone are the days you could plop down $100K for a fixer-upper and make yourself a dreamhome in a burgeoning community of creatives. These days, the Columbia County city is in full flower, packed to the gills with galleries, restaurants, antique stores, and designer boutiques. Need to be in the middle of that? Upstater’s got you covered. This week, we’ll be featuring our favorite on-the-market properties in Hudson, and we’re kicking things off with this pristine c.1857 farmhouse situated in the city’s south end.
The 1,500-square-foot interior is in great condition, with original details like plank floors…
…and lots of windows for lots of natural light.
The semi-open first floor also includes a formal dining room…
…adjoining a galley-style kitchen with an exit to the backyard.
On the second floor, there are four bedrooms, a full bath, and a corner reading nook/office space on the landing.
From the wrap-around porch, you can see the tree-lined neighborhood populated with other well-maintained antique homes…
…and, around the back is a big fenced-in yard accessible by a walk-out basement that could but upgraded.
From here, Hudson’s center of commerce, Warren Street, is about a three-minute walk. If you need to commute, the Amtrak station on the Hudson River waterfront is just a little over a mile away.
Have you taken a shine to this Hudson Colonial farmhouse? Find out more about 25 Worth Avenue, Hudson, NY from Corcoran Country Living.