The 1865 Joshua T. Waterman house is a fascinating example of the French Second Empire style with an Italianate tower. The distinctive mansard roof is encrusted in multi colored slate indicative of the period, and the tower has one of the only accessible widow's walks in the city of Hudson, which takes in commanding views of the Catskill mountains and the surrounding region. The interior is sun drenched and has nearly eleven foot ceilings on the first floor. Presently operated as the well-regarded Hudson City Bed and Breakfast, the Waterman house presents a unique opportunity for a discerning buyer to put their own renovation stamp on this inimitable property, located on Hudson's finest residential street. A separate apartment would allow for the offset of carrying costs.
Houlihan Lawrence Inc.
$1,025,000, 6 bd, 8 ba, 4,825 sqft
326 Allen St, Hudson, NY 12534