If you are looking for a modestly picturesque exterior, one of these 19th century cottages may catch your eye.
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.
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.
Beyond the traditional houses there are also plenty of unusual properties to be found in Hudson, as commercial, religious and institutional buildings have been converted to new uses.
A new exhibition featuring work by contemporary Brooklyn artist Teresita Fernández and art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros is on view at the 19th century estate of painter Frederic Church in Hudson, N.Y.
Keller Williams agent Vicki Wolpert has been helping people move from Brooklyn to Hudson, N.Y., and surrounding towns in Columbia and Greene County for over a decade.