-In the Heart of Hudson's Historic District & Architectural Beauty: The Robert Evans House. - Elegant Queen Anne, red brick & carved sandstone; its asymmetrical exterior, tower,gables & arched windows hint of the wonderful interior spaces....
-In the Heart of Hudson's Historic District & Architectural Beauty: The Robert Evans House. - Elegant Queen Anne, red brick & carved sandstone; its asymmetrical exterior, tower,gables & arched windows hint of the wonderful interior spaces. -Aesthetic Movement details, 1st floor: molded woodwork, coffered ceilings, parquet floors, wainscoting, ornate tiled fireplaces, original stained-glass elements & hardware - Built [c.1880] by Cornelius Evans, owner of Hudson's CH Evans Brewing Co. , for his eldest son Robert Evans - One of Warren Street's most beautiful, impressive and important buildings. Next door at 412-416 Warren Street is the Second Empire style, Cornelius H. Evans House [c.1870] National Register of Historic Places - 1st & 2nd floors are currently office suites (15 rooms plus baths); third floor is two, one-bedroom apartments (6 rooms plus baths). Utilities configured for 6 separate units. Ample parking on site - Also includes a 16-car parking lot at 411 Warren St
Listing Courtesy of Paul DeCrosta, Coldwell Banker Advisor Realty
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