Hudson Single Family

Hudson, NY 12534

  • $7,330,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 7/1 Baths
  • 5,165 Sqft
  • 100.48 Acres
  • 1875 Built

Unique opportunity. Private family compound or pampering hospitality venue minutes from downtown Hudson!. Exquisite estate on 100 park-like acres with historic 6000SF manor house, 2100SF guest cottage and a cavernous 7,000 SF Barn structure. History shows that the famed Hudson River artist Frederic Church participated in the siting and construction of this impressive house which is a located near his own renowned masterpiece, Olana. The manor is an elegant, three story, stick style home with Catskill Mountain views and sunsets right out of the paintings themselves . Lovingly restored, the house has 7-Bedrooms (all with ensuite baths), spacious wrap around porch, floor to ceiling double front doors, impressive foyer with sweeping mahogany staircase, soaring 15 foot ceilings, hardwood floors and a swoon-worthy dining room off the foyer with a carved working fireplace, floor to ceiling windows, the largest is a Western facing mammoth plate glass window offering a masterpiece Catskill Mountain view. The kitchen is large and features a preserved red brick fireplace with woodbox. The first floor has high ceiling parlor rooms for libraries, music or winter gathering by a fire. There is a primary bedroom on the first floor wing with spa-worthy ensuite bathroom. This recently added wing provides an ADA compliant entrance off of a deck with a ramp. The storybook Guest Cottage, constructed in 2002, is ideal for caretaker or additional house guests, features a large open floor plan with 2-bedrooms each one with an ensuite baths. The easily customizable Pole Barn building offers endless opportunities as an entertainment venue, restaurant, private sports arena, gymnasium, art gallery space, vintage car collection display, etc. The long, winding entrance drive uphill leads to captivating walking trails, protected woodlands, picturesque stone walls and sweeping views in all directions. A mere two hours from New York City and minutes from the creative and entrepreneurial excitement of Hudson, New York and the Amtrak station. If you're in need of a private compound with room to grow that is steeped in the rich history of the Hudson Valley, this is a gem. It's reputation as a boutique hotel and wedding hospitality venues make it a strong choice to further grow a branded experience . And, the 100-acre parcel provides the perfect canvas for added expansion and development near Hudson!

Property Highlights
  • VIEW : Mountain(s), Park/Greenbelt, Trees/Woods
  • PRICE/SQFT : $1,419
  • MLS : 152993

Additional Information

  • BASEMENT DESCRIPTION: Full, Unfinished
  • ON MARKET DATE: 2024-05-31
  • SEWER: Septic Tank
  • STYLE: Queen Anne, Tri Level
  • TAX AMOUNT: $14,572
  • TYPE: Residential
  • VIEW: Mountain(s), Park/Greenbelt, Trees/Woods
  • YEAR BUILT: 1875
  • APPLIANCES INCLUDED: Dryer, Washer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Cooktop, Electric Water Heater
  • BEDS: 7
  • FLOORING: Carpet, Hardwood, Tile, Wood
  • HEAT: Forced Air, Hot Water
  • ROOF: Asphalt
  • ROOMS: 13

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Hudson Valley, New York

Hudson, Columbia County’s seat, is set on the banks of the Hudson River. It is steeped in history dating back into the 18th century when it was a busy center for whaling and international trade. Over...

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