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Description: The Historic Rev. Giles Doolittle Home is a totally renovated Century Home that is conveniently located for walking to downtown Hudson as well as the Community Center and its walkway around the pond. Built in 1834, this 1666 sq. ft., neglected, Greek Revival home was purchased by Hudson architect, Allan Sveda. He has masterfully restored the home, placing it on a new foundation while using the old foundation stone as landscaping elements surrounding the property. His trademark arbors, fencing and brick walkways lead you to the classic front entryway. Upon entering the home, the breathtaking charm of the natural wood ceiling in addition to the rough-hewn posts along with the traditional fireplace flanked by bookshelves sets the tone for your tour. The delightful, white kitchen complete with wood counters and wood flooring and walk in pantry is just beyond the living room. There is a wonderful den/4th bedroom off the front room. A full bath, and ample mudroom/laundry complete the first floor. The second floor has a handsome Master Suite with walk-in closet. Two more bedrooms share a distinctive hall bath. The Gambrel Roof, detached two-car garage was built in 2017. It has a full staircase which leads to an upper loft that enjoys plenty of light from its windows. Restored Century Home, walk to town, all on 1.38 acres is a treasure of a home you won’t want to miss. There is nothing to do except move in and enjoy this distinctive home and its fabulous location.

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