Sold $571,000 - Residential
It’s time to fall in love! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and just one block from Hudson’s famous Clocktower on the Green, is this Federal-style home w/Victorian embellishments. Built in 1829, the original house has a large rear addition, plus a delightful side screen porch and a lovely, bright sunroom. Striking 2-story bay highlights both the living rm and master bedrm above. Crisp white kitchen and hearth rm boast abundant windows. Walk-in pantry easily converts to first floor laundry, as the hook-ups already exist. Banquet-sized dining rm with small side porch, and cozy den/office plus half bath are all on first. Elegant main staircase leads to master bedrm and bath; a rear staircase leads to three additional bedrms and two full baths. Total of three full baths are on second floor. Two fireplaces: one woodburning in hearth rm and one gas fueled in living room. Lower level walk-out “pub” with brass railed wet bar so perfect for that “man-cave” or teen hangout. Over 3,000 sf of living space includes the “Pub”. Bountiful perennial beds with gorgeous hydrangeas and knockout roses among other blooms … cobblestone paved driveway … detached 20 x 10 single-car newly concrete floored garage. Walk-up 340 sf unfinished attic space. Entire interior freshly painted in soothingly neutral tones. From 1888 until 1916 the house was used as a parsonage by the Congregational Church and it’s rumored there’s a tunnel from the garden to the church across the street.