c.1906 Brick Jacobean Revival Manor in Hudson, NY Drops to $1.8M (PHOTOS)

c.1906 Brick Jacobean Revival Manor in Hudson, NY Drops to $1.8M

$1,845,000 | Built c.1906 | 8 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 8,000 Sq. Ft. | 0.039 Acres
317 Allen Street, Hudson, New York, United States, 12534

A beautifully preserved brick Jacobean Revival manor in the heart of Hudson, New York has been reduced to $1,845,000. Currently operating as the Tiger House Inn and ranked #1 Hotel / Bed & Breakfast in Hudson, the 114-year-old residence offers more than 8,000 square feet of space adorned with spectacular woodwork and period detail. A grand double-height salon greets guests with a grand staircase and intricate ceiling, additional spaces include a fabulous panelled library, a formal dining room overlooking gardens and a large sitting room opening onto a bright solarium. Quite often when we find these beautiful historic homes the kitchen is usually a space that is lacking. That is not the case with this one. The kitchen wing is one of the most spectacular we’ve seen in any historic home. There’s also a butler’s pantry and access to a set of rear stairs. Magnificent details include antique chestnut trim, arts & crafts style stained glass windows, a sweeping staircase and upper gallery overlooking the grand salon. An ideal wedding venue or corporate retreat or perhaps a grand single family home, this important property is ready for new ownership in the thriving, innovative and creative community of Hudson. There are eight bedrooms, seven full and one half bathrooms throughout. The Tiger House Inn is on the market for $1,845,000 $1,975,000 with James Male with HOUSE Hudson Valley Realty. 



Keith Tritto and Rameses Crisi wedding photographed by Rose Callahan on Oct 21, 2017 in Hudson NY


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