High Drama on Hudson’s Willard Place, $1,425,000Kandy Harris | September 25, 2019
The most eye-catching Second Empire Victorian in Hudson, NY was built in 1874 and renovated in 2005.
Not only that, it comes with 6,446 square feet, five bedrooms, seven baths, and three floors of living space, all packed to the hinges with a mix of original details and new features. Arched double doors open onto the grand foyer, which leads to an open first-floor plan that includes a gourmet kitchen, large formal dining and living rooms, family room, three-season room.
The bedrooms occupy the second and third floors, some of which come equipped with their own fireplaces. In fact, this home sports six fireplaces total. Bay windows, stained glass, pocket doors, and ornate moldings can also be found throughout.
Oh, did we say there were three levels to this home? What we actually meant was, there are three stories and a fully finished basement with a gym, wine cellar, laundry room, and lots of storage.
The .17-acre property is situated four blocks from Hudson’s Warren Street, and the Hudson Amtrak station on the Hudson River is less than a half-mile away. You could walk there, if you want. Or, you could take your electric car, which you can recharge conveniently right outside your front door.
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