Renovated Barn in Hudson, $699,000

Hudson was our Town of the Week not that long ago, and a week was really only long enough to scratch the surface of what’s available there. This renovated barn was on the short list of properties worth featuring, but we didn’t get to it until now.

Yes, it’s a barn, and it certainly doesn’t look like much on the outside. But it’s no ramshackle, cold hay house. Take a look-see on the inside:

It’s situated on 7.6 acres, well off the main routes that head southeast out of Hudson, past Claverack. It doesn’t appear to have too many close neighbors; in fact, according to the GMAP for 1 Miller Road, Hudson, it seems to be plopped right down in the middle of a green, grassy field.

But here’s where things get murky. The listing description is sparse with the details, and it doesn’t show up when you punch it into a Property Shark search.  Does this place even exist? Or is it more like the Flying Dutchman of renovated barns? We hope it’s real and not just a real estate porn-fueled fantasy caused by looking at too many listings. Does anyone have any familiarity with this property? If not, who’s up for a road trip?

1 Miller Road, Hudson (Halstead/Jean Stoler) GMAP
Asking Price: $699,000
Beds: 3
Baths: 2.5
Square Feet: 2,500
Year Built: 1969
Land: 7.66 acres
Taxes: $5585
Features: In-ground pool

Category: $500000 to $749999, Columbia County, Hudson, Rural, upstate new york

By: kandyharris | 23 March 2012 11:01 AM | 2 Comments

2 Responses

  1. procrastinet says:

    And that first picture was taken at 4:50 pm on “22.” You’ve found either Brigadoon or Mulder & Scully’s house!

  2. Sam Pratt says:

    This particular house is in the Town of Claverack, near the Taghkanic line. Its owner, I am pretty certain, does not consider it to be located in Hudson.

    When the listing says “Hudson,” that often just means it’s in the 12534 ZIP code, which covers all or parts of multiple towns (Hudson, Greenport, Claverack, Taghkanic, et al. … The City of Hudson itself is a relatively small and distinct area.

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