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A handsome example of mid-19th century architecture, located in the historic village of Claverack, surrounded by many fine early homes. Recently restored to a high standard by the current owners with great respect to the original interior detail, bringing back the high ceilings, strong moldings and original floor plan. The expansive O.8 acre lot, double garage, and greenhouse are inspiring extras, plus a long range pastoral view at rear. Turn-key condition and the perfect location for easy access to downtown Hudson and the county’s main hub. A property of style and presence, highly recommended.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
The most compelling thing is the overall curb appeal. The house is a mid-19th century historic structure in fine condition and has almost an acre of park- like grounds. “Elm Cottage” sits amidst other fine early homes in the village of Claverack.
For whom is this house perfect?
The house is ideal for those who want a turn-key home and do not want a project. It will appeal for its fine interior details, finishes and large eat-in kitchen and four season sunroom. The large rear deck and Gazebo overlook long range pastoral views.
What’s the most fun thing to do within five miles of this house?
Just minutes away from Hudson’s Warren Street with so much to do. Shopping, dining and entertainment. Excellent farm stands are within easy reach, and the Won Dharma meditation center is nearby, for a stress-free experience.
If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?
It was once the home of Randall Saunders, writer and poet who wrote the poem “A dream of Klauver-Rachen”.