The Colonnade; without question this is likely the finest example of the classical Greek Revival style of residential architecture still surviving in Hudson. Completed in 1836 as a summer residence for a prominent New York City family, the house is a veritable primer of proportion and scale.Four Ionic columns frame the front veranda and soar upward to a classic entablature successfully announcing its original owner as a person of style and position. Eleven-foot ceilings, original grain-painted doors, a vast attic of staff rooms and a two-thousand square foot carriage house await a complete and careful restoration. Not for the faint of heart, this is a project requiring confidence and commitment from a buyer willing to meet the challenge and able to bring this house back to its former glory. Set on a double 50' x 120' lot this property offers great value as an important residence or as a commercial venture. Zoned as mixed use and qualifies under the Opportunity Zone investment program.
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