The gray exterior of this Hudson Second Empire Victorian might be all drama, but the interior is comfy and grounded.
The c.1888 exterior of this ornate Victorian house will certainly turn a head or two. There’s more than just a pretty face going on here, though. Its 2,800-square-foot interior boasts a laid-back scheme with lots of open space, natural light, and co-mingled original and updated features.
Designed by the owners, the full renovation capitalizes on the home’s best features: Warm, refinished wood trim and details, huge windows, soaring ceilings, and five fireplaces distributed about the house. Those antique attributes seamlessly combine with new additions like light fixtures, ceiling fans, three remodeled baths…
…and a gourmet kitchen complete with a stunning soapstone counters and new appliances.
One of the three bedrooms is a master suite with a soaking tub, double sinks, and fireplace in the bathroom…
…while the third floor attic has been remade into a bonus great room with wood floors and tons of natural light. Are you an artist? Meet your new studio.
The property includes an outdoor dining terrace and room for off-street parking. From here, Hudson city’s many amenities are practically outside the front door, like restaurants, shops, music venues, and galleries. The Hudson River waterfront and the Amtrak train station are less than a mile away.
Feeling right at home looking at this Hudson Second Empire Victorian? Find out more about 35 S. 5th Street, Hudson, NY from HOUSE Hudson Valley Realty.