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Hudson, New York, located along the Hudson River, is an artsy town surrounded by nature and is known for its Federal, Victorian and Queen-Anne style architecture. (If it seems like a lot of places in and around New York are named for the English explorer—you’re right. It’s a popular name for several NYC neighborhoods, which can get confusing.)
Warren Street, the city’s main hub, is lined with art galleries like Davis Orton Gallery and Hudson Underground and stores including Fern, Talbot & Arding, and The Spotty Dog Books & Ale. For a bite, you can head to The Cascades, Baba Louie’s, Grazin’ Diner, and Le Gamin Country.
There are several parks in the area, including Henry Hudson Riverfront Park, Promenade Hill Park, and Oakdale Park. For hiking, you can head to the 625-acre Greenport Conservation Area. You can also take a boat ride to the Hudson-Athens Lighthouse.
When it comes to the area’s real estate, the current median sales price is $480,000, according to Realtor.com. There are currently around 60 houses on the market as well as some condos and new construction. You can find houses within walking distance to downtown and farther out with more outdoor space.
Sound like a fit? Consider these five houses for sale in the area including a 1900 Victorian.
This four bedroom, three bath is listed for $519,000 after a $10,000 price cut. The 1900 Victorian has hardwood floors, exposed brick, beamed ceilings, recessed lighting, ceiling fans, stainless steel appliances, moldings, a fireplace, and off-street parking. According to the listing, the house needs repairs. Hudson Almshouse and Lawrence Park Hudson are nearby.
This three bedroom, two and a half bath is listed for $849,000. The renovated 1917 house has an open floor plan with hardwood and tile floors, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, a dining room, powder room, an office, patio, backyard, and a covered front porch with views of the Catskills. Warren Street, the town’s main hub, is within walking distance.
This two bedroom, two bath is listed for $860,000. The 1890 house is known as The Bartholomew House and sits on three lots. It features concrete floors, beamed ceilings, stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting, central air conditioning, a woodstove, wood-burning fireplace, balcony, patio, backyard, plus a new boiler, and three parking spaces. Oakland Park and Underhill Pond are nearby.
This two bedroom, two and a half bath is listed for $998,000. The 1888 house has original hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, stone block walls, barn doors, stainless steel appliances, oversized period windows, two gas fireplaces, and an office space. La Mision and 7th Street Park are nearby.
This three bedroom, two and a half bath is listed for $1,250,000. The Victorian house has hardwood floors, high ceilings, five fireplaces, period details, millwork, stainless steel appliances, modern light fixtures, moldings, a patio, and off-street parking. Itō's Kitchen and Baba Louie’s are nearby.
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