For $1M, this historic Hudson bed and breakfast has lots of options beneath its mansard roof

Posted On Wed, February 23, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, February 23, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

All photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

This eclectic 1865 Second Empire-style home–complete with mansard roof and widow’s walk–is currently operated as Hudson City Bed and Breakfast in buzzy Hudson, NY. Asking $1,025,000, the 4,825-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bath home at 326-328 Allen Street has lots of appeal for anyone fond of architectural quirks, including an Italianate tower and one of the town’s only accessible widow’s walks with views of the surrounding Catskill Mountains.

Located on one of the town’s best residential streets, the home’s next owner can transform this unique upstate property, known as the Joshua T. Waterman House, in a variety of ways.  Inside, 11-foot ceilings frame a sun-filled first floor.

The home is filled with details that would become highlights of a historic renovation. If used as a mansion-sized private home, a separate apartment could be created to offset costs.

Six cozy bedrooms offer a personality-filled retreat for bed and breakfast guests. The house is near the galleries, antique shops, ski resorts, and dozens of other destinations in and around the popular Hudson Valley town.

[Listing details: 326-328 Allen Street by Andrew Gates of Houlihan Lawrence]


All photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence



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