c.1874 Second Empire Manor in Hudson, NY Reduced to $1.38M
$1,375,000 | Built c.1874 | 6,446 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 0.17 Acres
4 Willard Place, Hudson, New York, United States, 12534
A stately Second Empire Victorian manor with a towering mansard roof and spectacular period detail has been reduced to $1.38 million in Hudson, New York. It was designed by architect G.B. Croff in 1874 and was respectfully renovated in 2005, blending modern amenities with the architectural details and historic charm of the past. There is a little over 6,400 square feet of space with formal dining and living rooms, a comfortable family room, three-season room and open kitchen. The tall ceilings and wide sweeping staircase enhance the dramatic beauty of the interior. There are five bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms throughout, including a large master suite with separate study. Gas fireplaces, heated floors and modern bathrooms were added during the renovation. Additional features include a three-zone HVAC system and wine cellar. The home sits on a lush 7,405 square foot lot. It’s on the market for $1.38 million with Gary DiMauro Real Estate, Inc.