Circa 1800 Federal brick home on one of the most sought after blocks in Hudson. This house, which is much larger than it appears at first glance, has much of its original woodwork, wide board floors. It includes a carriage house/barn in back on the alley and a separate guest apartment on the ground floor.1st Floor - Enter the understated front entrance to find French doors leading from the foyer that open to a light drenched great room with nine foot ceilings. Details include custom built-in cabinetry adjoining the fireplace. Toward the rear is the galley kitchen; and, a breakfast sunroom that overlooks and leads to the patio and perennial garden. The full bath with claw foot tub finishes out the 1st floor level2nd Floor - The large primary bedroom in the rear of the house has a very practical night kitchen (or wet bar!). The marble en suite bath with walk in shower is grand in size and has a window that overlooks the landscaped backyard garden. The second bedroom in front has a stacked washer dryer hidden away. The closets in both bedroom are large with plenty of room.3rd Floor - The top floor has many intact details and provides additional bedroom and bath options for kids or guests. There are four rooms with dormers front and back and wide-board flooring. The 3rd floor landing opens on to a bathroom (with working plumbing) and front room with incredible views of the Catskills and Hudson River from the front dormer windows. The other side has two more rooms with dormers front and back. The rear room includes a working farm sink. This floor is ready to finish using your creative design choices.Lower Level - There is a completely separate guest apartment on the lowest floor. A private entrance can be found underneath the main stairs to the house. At the rear the apartment is above grade with full sized windows and a walk out to its own small patio. There is a living room with gas heat stove, a middle room used as a bedroom currently and a large bath with showering a kitchenette which could be easily outfitted as a full kitchen. Rent the apartment long term (or short-term) to pay the bills while you live in the three-story main section of the house.Carriage House - The carriage house/barn with 2nd level loft would make a fantastic studio, a workshop, or perhaps even a guest house. The structure needs work but the payoff could be a tremendous asset to the property as a whole. It is currently outfitted with a garage door on the alley and can fit one car.