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Queen Anne Townhouse in Hudson, $495,000

It was tough for us to choose from the impressive array of fabulous townhouses for sale in Hudson, but this 1895 Queen Anne really stood out. Everything about this townhouse is positively stunning, both in and out, so let’s start with the outside.

Located on historic Warren Street, this townhouse has been extensively restored, starting with the outer facade. And in spite of the fact that it’s located on a busy street in Hudson, it still has a cute backyard with a great little stone path and roomy patio for chairs and a grill.

But inside is where this jewel truly shines. As with the outside, the inside of the three-story townhouse was meticulously restored. The first floor living room features a big, bright picture window and a fireplace. There’s another fireplace is in the dining room, making it a cozy place to entertain. The kitchen is modern and even has a butler’s pantry and wine cooler.

And it would be a bit of an understatement to say that the master bath is well-appointed. To us, it’s tantamount to a spa visit, with a huge, enclosed steam shower and separate soaking tub. The other two baths are pretty elegant, too. There’s also a second living/sitting room, and we think the exposed brick wall in the stair case is a nice touch and ties the outside of the townhouse to the interior.

Other upgrades include electric, heating and cooling, roof and windows. The townhouse is located on historic Warren Street and walking distance to restaurants, cafes, shops, art galleries, Amtrak station and the Henry Hudson Waterfront Park.

132 Warren Street, Hudson (Gary DiMauro Real Estate/Kathy Duffy) GMAP
Asking Price: $495,000
Beds: 2
Baths: 3
Square Feet: 3008
Year Built: 1895
Land: .07 acres
Taxes: $7,719
Features: Spa master bath

Category: $300000 to $499000, Architecture, Columbia County, Hudson, upstate new york

By: kandyharris | 20 February 2012 10:00 AM | 2 Comments

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  1. [...] favorite of the Hudson row houses for sale is this lovingly restored Queen Anne on Warren Street — the main drag that leads down to the waterfront. It has only two-bedrooms [...]

  2. [...] favorite of the Hudson row houses for sale is this lovingly restored Queen Anne on Warren Street — the main drag that leads down to the waterfront. It has only two-bedrooms [...]

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