Exquisite Dutch Jacobean Style Tiger House Sells for $1.8M in Hudson, NY

Exquisite Dutch Jacobean Style Tiger House Sells for $1.8M in Hudson, NY

SOLD | Built 1906 | 7,738 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.39 Acres
317 Allen Street, Hudson, New York, United States, 12534

Arguably one of the finest homes in Hudson, New York, Tiger House recently sold for $1.8 million after hitting the market for $1.95 million in May of 2021. An exquisite example of Dutch Jacobean style, Tiger House was built in 1906 as a hunting lodge for Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Jones. According to listing details, Mr. Jones was heir to a soap fortune, and Mrs. Jones, known as the Belle of Honolulu, a noted suffragist. Inside the spacious 7,738 square foot seven-bedroom home, you’ll find spectacular public spaces, four wood-burning fireplaces, and a grand double-height entry salon complete with a skylight. There are also Tiffany stained glass windows and Mercer tiles. The exterior is complete with an expansive rear garden. The Tiger House was on the market with Andrew Gates of Houlihan Lawrence. Photos and information found on the agent’s listing.

















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