Hudson's Next Hotel Awaits... The McKinstry Mansion has remained beautifully sited on 8 City of Hudson lots (4 vacant) for 180 years, first as a private residence and for the past 120 years as a fully equipped, up to code, 17,000 sf, Home for the...
Hudson's Next Hotel Awaits... The McKinstry Mansion has remained beautifully sited on 8 City of Hudson lots (4 vacant) for 180 years, first as a private residence and for the past 120 years as a fully equipped, up to code, 17,000 sf, Home for the Aged. McKinstry has recently been gutted, brought back to it's original Federal layout and freed of layers of linoleum, carpeting, and wall coverings to reveal the original wideboard floors, moldings, plaster, 8 fireplaces (5 working), mantels, 6 over 6 windows etc. Plans have been drawn for a boutique hotel. Commercial grade, water, sewer and gas lines, heated sidewalk, elevator, sprinklers, security and fire alarms, fire escapes, 3 phase electric, Two 7 zone gas fired boilers, plumbing for 24 sinks and toilets in place and much more. The core of a great hotel is here - decorate and design what's left... add a wing or two... Two hours by Amtrak to NYC. Plans, Specs Available.
Listing Courtesy of Mary Mullane, Mary Mullane Real Estate, LLC
Listings Provided by Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS.
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