Is it a haunted house on the hill? Not exactly, but this Hudson Federal mansion is certainly occupied by the spirit of great potential.
Built in the 1820s, the Old Turtle House needs some love and attention, and we hope someone decides to take the plunge and fix up this old-fashioned beauty. The exterior is shaped like a Pope’s cap with a peaked front, held aloft by Green Revival columns, and resembles a stately, if tarnished crown…
…and, the 3,180-square-foot interior features an antique store-full of 19th-century details, like leaded glass windows, a circular turret living room with a solid marble fireplace, hardwood floors, plaster walls, moldings, and trim.
It includes three bedroom and two baths, and sits on over two park-like acres in the Columbia County town of Greenport, located two miles from the center of Hudson city. The listing classifies its condition as “fair,” so experienced restorers only – or those who can afford to hire one – need apply.
This property is situated in the Upper Hudson Valley, where we’ve been spending this whole week, checking out the available real estate listings. You can see more of our favorites here, here, and here.
Got the know-how and the funds to fix up this Hudson Federal mansion? Find out more about 14 Fabiano Boulevard, Greenport, NY from the Kinderhook Group.