Although it’s only a couple of blocks from Warren Street in Hudson, this renovated townhouse seems to be located in a different world. Because it’s not rubbing up against a more densely-populated, heart-of-Hudson street, there’s room enough for a quarter-acre backyard. It’s nicely landscaped, and we love the terraced patio and stairs.
The two-story addition to the house is in the back, and the main room of it is a large, lush space composed of a wall of windows and skylights. The house has an assortment of beautiful details, like stained-glass windows in the stairwell, a fire place and new appliances in the huge kitchen.
It’s located on a pretty residential street, as we said, just a few steps from shops, galleries and restaurants, and it’s bike and walk-friendly. It’s not far to the waterfront, and the Amtrak station is also nearby. For what it’s worth, the Hudson Correctional Facility is also just a half-mile south of the house, and the listing makes mention of an alarm system installed in the house. Nonetheless, the street seems to be a nice buffer between the hub of Hudson and the wild space that exists just beyond its borders.
453 E. Allen Street, Hudson (Gary DiMauro Real Estate/Kathy Duffy) GMAP
Asking Price: $475,000
Square Feet: 2500
Year Built: 1902
Land: .22 acres
Features: Terraced backyard