This Hudson Home Has Four Ensuites, and Is Close to Everything: $665K

  |  December 19, 2022

Nothing beats the convenience and luxury of an ensuite bath. This week, we’re featuring homes that allow you to slip out of bed and waltz to the bathroom without donning a robe.

Today’s house in Hudson is a quadruple win: Each of the four bedrooms has its own ensuite bathroom. The home was built in 1870 and has undergone a full renovation. Beautiful vintage details—like the double front doors with stained-glass accents—remain.

True to its Victorian birth, the house has another set of double front doors just inside the exterior doors. Too small for a mudroom, this small vestibule acts as an airlock, reducing the inflow of cold air in the winter. The foyer continues the vintage ethos, with the staircase’s newel post and the hardwood floors both showing the patina of age.

The hardwood floors continue into the living room, which is painted white like the foyer. It has two large windows that face the street, along with a modern overhead light fixture.

A carved soapstone fireplace is the focal point in the living room. It’s flanked by twin doorways…

…that lead to this neat alcove. It’s currently used as a media room, but could easily be a library or kids’ play space. A crystal chandelier hangs from a ceiling medallion here, adding elegance.

An even larger chandelier hangs in the dining room. The walls here are white as well, and the original hardwood flooring is underfoot. Large windows in this room, too, bring in leafy views. Two French doors lead from the dining room into the kitchen.

Black-and-white penny tile covers the kitchen floor, setting the stage for a similarly colored theme. White cabinets are topped with marble, which also covers a black iron table next to the stainless-steel gas range. A steel countertop offers an interesting contrast on the center island. A mullioned glass door leads to a mudroom and eventually the backyard.

A first-floor bedroom is currently being used as an office. It’s kind of small but would definitely work as it was first intended.

The ensuite bath includes a stacked washer/dryer and a white-tiled bathroom replete with a modern pedestal sink and a clawfoot tub.

Upstairs are three more bedrooms. This one is Kelly green, with wide-plank, knotty pine floors. Like downstairs, this room has modern overhead lighting.

These two shots from the listing show two views of this room’s ensuite. It’s got penny tile, a black/white tile theme, a pedestal sink, and a roomy, glass-enclosed corner shower.

This bedroom seems just large enough for the bed, but it could just be the angle at which the photo was taken. Its canary-yellow walls might take some getting used to if the new owner doesn’t want to change the color.

This ensuite is similar to the previous one, with a pedestal sink and glass corner shower, but it’s got that handsome wood floor that grounds an otherwise white room.

The primary bedroom is large, with a pretty chandelier. It’s painted a soft blue-gray.

The primary ensuite has marble floors and walls; a clawfoot tub with a shower; a pedestal sink; and a bidet.

There’s a small back deck off the mudroom, with stairs that lead to a grassy backyard that has garden space. Alley access offers off-street parking, a big plus in Hudson. But you can leave the car parked and walk to the farmers’ market, restaurants, and galleries from here.

If this stylish home with ensuites galore hits you in the core, find out more about 836 Columbia Street, Hudson, from Sarah Lipsky with Peggy Lampman Real Estate.

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