Designated Historic Landmark in 2002 by City of Hudson. Home was officially re-constructed in 1981 with construction materials from Connecticut home once owned by family of Moses Cleaveland, Revolutionary War hero and founder of city of Cleveland. Expert craftsmen reconstructed the home on site as it sat in Cranberry, Connecticut. Pre-eminent example of early American architecture with regional and national significance.
18-foot long wide plank flooring, period reproduction style windows plus some newer windows and doors added to create harmonious flow throughout the home. Newer reproduction kitchen with center island, stainless steel appliances, Viking Gas range. Great room fireplace has original bake oven and 2000-lb. granite hearth brought from Connecticut. 1st floor bedroom is adjoined by newer full bath 2012. Original central bathroom has been completely remodeled with cast iron tub, and antique marble top vanity. Owner's suite bath added with new walk-in closet - gorgeous! Front and back staircases, 4 fireplaces (1 is decorative only) extensive updates by past and current owners. Lower level is finished with bar, wine cellar, laundry and adjoining half bath.
Picturesque 1.42 acre private retreat. 52 tons of dry stacked stone entrance wall. Gorgeous custom in-ground pool with fabulous gardens. 2+ car carriage house built in 2000. Architect David Ellison blended the historic nature with natural light and open space to integrate the authentic colonial feel with necessities of today's modern living. City water at street, city sewer, all modern wiring and plumbing.
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