Feel history's unmistakable imprint in this masterfully restored 18th century Georgian-turned-Greek Revival, built in 1787. Commissioned by politician & builder Stephen Hogeboom & listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this center...
Feel history's unmistakable imprint in this masterfully restored 18th century Georgian-turned-Greek Revival, built in 1787. Commissioned by politician & builder Stephen Hogeboom & listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this center hall, four-over-four 4BR, 2.5BA provides a worthy example of grand period architecture. The home's epic proportions & intact details all work to provide a movie set backdrop, w/ 4 working fireplaces, classic moldings, high ceilings, & generous windows. Situated on nearly an acre w/ deep perennial beds, flat outdoor spaces, large pergola w/ stone entertainment area, & a view of the neighboring creek. The kitchen features a butler's pantry, 6-burner Viking stove & the old world charm of a functioning cooking hearth & beehive oven, & an adjacent radiant heated, 4-season sunroom w/abundant sunshine. Truly timeless & architecturally significant, this exceptionally rare find is just minutes from Hudson.
Listing Courtesy of Mary Mullane, Mary Mullane Real Estate, LLC
Listings Provided by Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS.
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