There’s something innately charming about a historic house, from the woodworking to the intricate original details. The latest historic stunner to cross our desk is this 1887 Queen Anne Victorian located on the Hudson River.
With six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, the house is about 45 minutes north of Manhattan and has undergone an extensive renovation. The asymmetrical exterior is a mix of balconies, turrets, and eclectic roof lines, and belvedere windows add charm.
Inside, the 7,049-square-foot home features embossed lincrusta ceilings and walls with colorful stained glass windows throughout. There are eight fireplaces, four with original Victorian tile work and four with decorative stone mantels. Pocket doors, an updated kitchen, and modern technology like a home theater blend the old and the new, while outside perks include a pergola, pond, and access to the river on three grassy lawns.
Love what you see? 309 North Broadway is on the market now for $4,995,000.