The Hudson River waterfront village of Stuyvesant offers a lot of character-filled homes, but this renovated Greek Revival is our very favorite.
How about a little Antebellum to go with your Hudson River views? We’ll take it, along with the nearly $300K-worth of renovations that go with this four-bedroom beauty. And, it comes with something extra, but we’ll get to that momentarily. First, we need to show you that this house is surprisingly large with nearly 3,000 square feet, soaring ceilings, and an abundance of windows for gazing at those sweeping Hudson vistas.
Both floors include master suites, and the lower floor living area comes with a modernized, stainless steel kitchen, living room stone fireplace, spacious dining room, a mix of plank flooring and antique brick.
One of the advantages of the upstairs master suite is that it includes a private balcony overlooking the water, accessible through a bank of glass doors. Nearly every square inch of this home is soaking in light, so it probably won’t surprise you to learn that the property once belonged to late-period Hudson River School painter Thomas Locker. Inspiring Hudson River views lived right outside his doors, and now they can be yours…
…and, feel free to enjoy them from the stone patio with outdoor fireplace.
As for that little something extra that comes with the property? Hang onto your chapeau, because that “little something extra” is a two-story guest/rental cottage with patios, laundry, upper level master bedroom, and a granite-clad bath.
The town of Stuyvesant is located in northwestern Columbia County, about 20 minutes from Hudson, NY. 14 Riverview Street, Stuyvesant is listed for $495K.
Have you fallen in love with this renovated Greek Revival? Find out more about 14 Riverview Street, Stuyvesant, NY from Aimee Strunk Real Estate.