Today’s architectural beauty is the last home for sale at the modern development at Hudson Woods, a 26-family community which spreads across 131 acres in the Hudson Valley.
Designed by Lang Architecture, quality craftsmanship and premium finishes are standard throughout the $1.18 million residence, which consists of nearly 2,800 square feet of spacious living area in upstate New York. The scenic area – characterized by forested, rolling hills and a large river – is a two-hour drive from New York City.
The last dwelling at Hudson Woods contains three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a detached garage/studio and carport.
Imbued with a contemporary aesthetic that is common throughout the region, Lang designed the cabin with an open-plan living and dining area and a master suite on the upper story. Two bedrooms and a den are situated on the lower level, and walls, ceilings, and flooring are sheathed in white oak sourced from a small, family-owned mill in Pennsylvania.
Buyers can purchase a wide range of add-ons, including a pool, extra bedrooms, a third-floor addition, a solar power system, in-floor radiant heating and copper roofing.
Accessory structures are also available, such as a pool house, a guest house, a treehouse and a greenhouse. The team also offers various decor, including a wood stove, a freestanding wooden cabinet, and a kitchen island made of blackened steel and walnut. To learn more, visit https://hudsonwoods.com/.
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