Beautifully maintained 1930’s two-story main house 3-4 bedrooms, 1800 sq ft. With a one story 870 sq ft. 2 bedroom guest house, rental unit or mother-in-law unit in back. Legal multi-family. Buildings sit on 2 acres. Fenced yards, large chicken coop, mature fruit trees out back. Even room to farm. Lots of original details. Wood boiler, Pellet stove, wood burning fireplaces all make it nice and cozy. Exterior paint less than 2 years old, roofs, windows, furnace, well pump all less than 10 years old. Move in condition! Ideal for a family with teenagers that you want out of the house but not too far away. Or for people needing to look after elders.
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William Shannon, a local reporter who got his start writing for the Register-Star here in Hudson, has lately been writing for The New York Times. His latest piece for the Times is on the preservation and restoration of the Fugary Shacks in Hudson’s North Bay.
Written by; Photographs and Video by TONY CENICOLA
HUDSON, N.Y. — In the city of Hudson, known to tourists for its antique shops and fine dining, a cluster of century-old fishing shacks from the Hudson River estuary’s once prosperous shad fishery teeters on the waterfront.
You can read the full story at the New York Times
702-704 Columbia Street
Hudson NY 12534
$2,550 PER MONTH
With a little love and some styling, this will be one of the most wonderful apartments in Hudson.
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We’ve just added some brand new rental listings. All of these are in 702-704 Columbia Street, the building which houses the Hudson Studio of WGXC, our community radio station. They have mostly not been on the market for quite some time. Available Immediately.
Ground Floor – Storefront(s)
• Double storefront
Facing Hudson’s Public Square (often mistakenly referred to as 7th Street Park). Great windows facing the park. Plenty of sidewalk space for cafe tables – outdoor seating, and tons of space out back for garden seating and more. $3300.
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• Single Storefront
Or rent half of the storefront. Western Storefront features three large windows, separate office and more. $1750.
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2nd Floor – Office/Retail
• Three Large Sunlit Rooms + Full bath.
Gorgeous hardwood floors and incredible light and views of the Public Square and the city. Really more like an apartment but it has no kitchen. $1250.
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3rd Floor Live/Work, Studios, Apartment, Retail with Views and Light for Days
• Retail, Maker Spaces, Live/Work, Huge 2200 sq. ft. Apartment. Which is it? Could be all of them.
Make Your Mark on the Park. Large 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartment. This unit can be Live/Work, a shared apartment between a group of friends, or perfect for an artist/creative couple – live on one side and create on the other. Bedrooms could be maker spaces, studios, you name it. Needs just a little love and some stylistic creativity and this becomes one of the best live/work spaces in Hudson. $2550.
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Choose Your Own Hudson Valley Adventure
Sometimes it feels like our region and Hudson in particular, gets written up in the NY Times nearly once a week.
At least this article didn’t call us the new Brooklyn.
Some of the best antique and home spots in town got shout outs including Arenskjold Antiques, the Riverfront Antiques and Design Center in the former L&B Chair Factory Warehouse, Regan & Smith, Finch, Richard Kazarian and Neven + Neven Moderne along with Les Indiennes Outlet and Hawkins NY.
This time the spotlight was courtesy of the Wall Street Journal.
You can read the whole article here.
8.5 Acres just outside of the City of Hudson.
0.25 Miles from Hudson 0.05 to Warren Street
Property can be used for many purposes. Multi-Family Housing, Agriculture, Offices, Recreation, R&D, Greenhouse or Nursery, Warehouse, Light Manufacturing, Parking, Materials Recovery, Multi-Use Industrial/Warehouse/Commercial, Restaurant and more.
The views and proximity to Hudson and everything that Columbia County has to offer, make this a development waiting to happen. 1/4 Mile to Hudson city limit. 1/2 mile to Warren Street. What will you do here?. More Info HERE
Green Street, Hudson – 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Walking distance to Warren Street
Spacious, light filled, gorgeous!
Commercial or residential. Perfect live/work situation. Centrally located Kitchen allows access to Den, Study and Living Room, and has a bright double window.
1st Floor- Living Room, Office/BR, Den, Eat in Kitchen, 1/2 bath. 2nd Floor – 3Brs, Full Bath. Attic. Full Cellar.
Beautifully furnished which can also be purchased.Completely set up for AirBnB currently. Rental earnings statement available to serious buyers.
Fully fenced yard with off street parking. Sturdy rustic barn on Joe Alley for storage, or get more creative with it.
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What’s your vision?
Hotel? Housing? Retail? Studios? A Mix? Or even a private residence?
This could be your spot. They are all permitted here. What will you do with it?
Buildable Vacant Land in Hudson’s Core Commercial District? Hell Yes! We have that. A once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase buildable commercial land in Hudson’s very hot core commercial district. Cleared land of this size rarely comes available in Hudson’s booming business district.
The property is in one of Hudson’s hottest areas. Behind Rivertown Lodge, three doors up from Governor’s Tavern on the Cherry Alley side, which dead-ends just above Rivertown Lodge, and is screaming out to be more of a pedestrian alley with cool shops, bars and eating places connected to the already established Upper Warren St scene. The Union Street side of the property faces the Mental Health Association of Columbia & Greene Counties and the brand new Hudson Police Depart and Court building.
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Hudson, New York, has developed a reputation for its locavore ethos, its happening city-meets-country vibe and of course, its restaurants, over the past handful of years. The small town features a bustling downtown scene and enough beautiful buildings to wow even the most architecturally disinterested. Just two-and-a-half hours from NYC, it’s the perfect day or weekend trip.
From grass-fed burgers to inventive New American cuisine, here’s where to eat in this little city on the Hudson River this summer.
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