200-year-old upstate Colonial farmhouse with designer-approved interiors asks $995K
Photo credit: Zimmer/Annabel Taylor, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty
Situated on a little over an acre of land in the charming Columbia County city of Hudson, this 200-year-old Colonial farmhouse mixes historic details with modern, designer-approved interiors. Constructed in around 1810, the home at 52 Lotta Lane measures nearly 2,600 square feet and has three bedrooms and one and a half baths, plus an in-ground pool and cabana. The property, about two hours from Manhattan, is currently asking $995,000.
Designed as a traditional Center Hall Colonial, the home has a large foyer with dark wide-plank wood floors and high ceilings. The walnut French front doors are original and have been restored.
On one side of the entryway is the dining room, which boasts several oversized, newly installed windows, which help bring in lots of natural light.
Across the hall is the main living room, which has a gas fireplace to keep things cozy during the colder months. A small room off of the living room could serve as the perfect home office or workroom.
At the rear of the house is the kitchen, which underwent a full renovation last year that included the addition of a vaulted ceiling and hand-hewn beams. The huge space would be a fit for any chef or entertainer, with its wraparound walnut countertops, large center island, and integrated appliances.
Also on this level is a moody mud hall decked out in wood paneling and a windowed half bath.
Upstairs are the bedrooms, with the spacious primary suite boasting a walk-in closet. The full bath features unique black and white tiled floor, the original tin ceiling, a carved marble sink, and both a walk-in shower and a soaking tub.
On the other side of the house is where you can find the two additional bedrooms.
Surrounded by countryside, the home’s backyard is a bucolic escape. There’s an in-ground pool with a cabana and a laid-back lounging area with a fire pit.
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Photos courtesy of Zimmer/Annabel Taylor, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty