The unknown builder of this picturesque Italianate villa in Downtown Hudson turned to a popular guide on the architecture of country houses for design inspiration.
If you aren't up for tackling your own old house project, here's a renovated Hudson two-family that has soothing interiors, lush gardens and a bonus guest house.
A house has to be fairly amazing to stand out amidst the many distinctive architectural gems near Hudson, N.Y.
It was set to be transformed into the splashy Marina Abramović Foundation for Preservation of Performance Art but the project was abandoned.
As the weather begins to cool off and we look ahead to fall it's the perfect time for a hike in the Hudson Valley.
It may look like just another residential street among the many architecturally scenic stretches in Hudson, but Willard Place was designed as a small residential enclave in the early 1870s.
In a town packed with the full gamut of 19th century architectural styles, here's a grand manse on a Hudson, N.Y. block that is flush with houses from the 1840s to the 1900s.
Bask in the breathtaking surroundings of a historic landscape while you check out the work of local artisans with a special summer market.
Twenty-one years ago its once grand porches were piled with garbage, plywood closed up the gracefully proportioned windows and the once welcoming veranda was stripped of its ornament.
You might be forgiven for thinking this picture-perfect row of Italianate houses is set on a tree-lined Brooklyn block.