Owned by local hotelier G.C. Evertson, the Evertson House in Hudson is a spacious brick federal built in the 1850s and shown on Hudson's historic map of 1858. Sited on a double lot, it features the perfect combination of restored original details with modern updates. There is also an early 1900s cozy addition that would be perfect as a rental to offset monthly expenses, as a separate annex also perfect as a professional's office. Just a 15 minute walk to Hudson's Warren St. and the Amtrak station, this brick house offers high ceilings and beautiful wood floors. There is new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a formal dining room, large living room with a decorative brick fireplace for a wood stove, an office to the side, a half bathroom with laundry hookup, and a large enclosed back sun porch over-looking a spacious yard to entertain family and friends. Upstairs offers 3 bedrooms, a new large bathroom with a luxurious stand alone bathtub and an adjoining walk-in shower, and lots of windows to let in natural light.The attached wood side addition with its own private entrance and separate large wooden deck offers an open 1st floor plan with a kitchen, dining area, living room and beautiful hardwood wide-board floors. Upstairs, you'll find two bedrooms and a full bath. There's parking for four cars on the side of the main house with an unfinished basement and attic for additional storage. Come take a look at this stunning home which is clearly part of Columbia County, Hudson and New York State's long diverse amazing history. Just 2 hours north of NYC, 15 mins to the Taconic Parkway and NY Thruway.