Immerse yourself in color and beauty both inside and outside of this three-bedroom Victorian townhouse.
Think you have to give up your beloved gardens in order to live within walking-distance of ever-popular Hudson city’s many businesses? Think again. This c.1875 townhouse is just three blocks from bustling Warren Street and comes with a drop-dead gorgeous backyard.
But, before we head out back, let’s take a tour of the 1,600-square-foot interior, decked-out in a pleasing color palate, with high ceilings and a first-floor living room and formal dining room…
…along with a remodeled kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and a separate pantry and laundry room.
Original 19th-century wood details abound, from the plank floors, to the curved wooden staircase that leads up to the second-floor’s three bedrooms. One of them is the en suite master bedroom with antechamber and sitting room. There’s also a second full bath down on the first floor.
Now that we’ve seen the inside, we can finally head out through the kitchen onto the back deck overlooking the gardens. The yard is fenced in, making it safe for pets and children. Your car will also be safe off the street in an off-street parking spot on the property. From here, both the Amtrak station and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge to the west side of the Hudson River is just a short drive away.
Ready to move your green thumb right into this Victorian townhouse? Find out more about 516 Washington Street, Hudson, NY from HOUSE Hudson Valley.