BRICK CARRIAGE HOUSE AND COACHMAN′S QUARTERS… SOLD
Located on an exclusive Hudson street and designed in 1905 by renowned architect, Marcus Reynolds, this wonderful, historic brick carriage house has distinctive architectural details and is now converted to an exquisite, stylish residence.… The first floor is a dramatic open space of over 1,500 square feet, and has a high beamed ceiling, brick walls, large windows, porcelain tile and solid black walnut wood floors with radiant heat. Where horse stalls used to stand is the kitchen with soapstone counters and sink, wood cabinetry, and high-quality appliances. Near the front windows, lined with bookcases, is the perfect cozy location for breakfast and coffee or a work from home space overlooking the garden. The kitchen opens to a great room, with convenient hidden powder room, a perfect space for dining, entertaining and relaxing. Custom French doors lead to a wonderful stone porch extend the living area with steps into the garden. A custom iron and wood staircase leads to the second floor with original wideboard wood floors and two bedrooms and two baths. The spacious primary bedroom has vaulted ceilings, a walk-in closet cleverly hidden behind bookcases, a nook for reading with a Juliet balcony, and an en suite bath with a walk-in shower and separate soaking tub. The large private guest room with vaulted ceilings and a walk-in closet is adjacent to a full bath with walk-in shower. A charming room facing the front with a vaulted, angled ceiling and beautiful original diamond-paned windows could be a third bedroom or a workspace, as currently used. Second floor also has a laundry and storage room and throughout the house there are many bookshelves and closets. Set back from the street with a custom iron and brick fence, the private garden is filled with perennial plantings and a cobblestone driveway used for off street parking. Updated mechanicals, include air conditioning with energy efficient heat pumps. Original slate roof on front of house and replaced faux slate on the back, the house has many new draft-free windows. Just a few blocks from Warren Street shops, restaurants, galleries and Farmers Market and only a short walk to Hudson River and Amtrak, this is a fabulous opportunity to live in an historic Hudson carriage house, only two hours from NYC.
602 Route 23B,
PO Box 360,
Claverack, New York 12513