Classic Hudson Riverfront Home and Pool
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Recently renovated, this four-bedroom 4,500 square foot house has a spectacular view in a private wooded setting right on the Hudson River, but is only 90 minutes by car or train from New York City. Enjoy world class dining, mountain biking, rock climbing, summer and winter hiking, horseback riding, boating, the renown Culinary Institute, Hyde Park, Roosevelt and Vanderbilt Homes, world renown Mohonk Mountain Lodge, Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa, and the hip village of New Paltz. Or just nap by the pool and watch ships and sailboats go by.
The home has 3 formal bedrooms, all with river views, an additional office/bedroom with queen bed and a kid's sleeping loft, plus a cozy walk-out basement/game-room with queen bed and the same beautiful river view as the rest of the house. Inside the front door is a gracious foyer and a giant living room with 20-foot ceilings, fireplace, Steinway grand piano, and dining for 12. On the same level are a large kitchen, family-room, pool, deck and garage, all of it connected by a 50-ft deck overlooking the Hudson River. Play ping pong, sing along at the piano, shoot pool on an antique Brunswick table, browse unlimited entertainment selections on Apple TV, sing Karaoke, or host a formal dinner. The perfect home-away-from-home.
Upstairs, the master suite has its own balcony overlooking the pool and river, king-size 4-poster bed, walk-in closet, sitting area, private bath and dressing counter. Bedrooms #2 and #3 have queen beds, river views, and shared bath.
The game room in the basement and the office upstairs off the master bedroom have cozy queen beds on soft Asian rugs. Enjoy high-quality linens, down pillows and comforters in every bedroom.
You'll find every modern convenience here: wireless Internet, Apple TV with Netflix, HBO, Hulu, iTunes, and other entertainment portals; firewood, strong mobile phone signal, complete kitchen appliances, charcoal and gas grills, garage, W/D, central air/heat, child-proof electric sockets and door gates for the little ones. Smoke and pet free.
The house is situated off Bellevue Avenue, which, like its name suggests, affords spectacular views of Dutchess County across the Hudson River. Two miles from the village of Highland, a classic small New England hamlet with no Starbucks or Home Depot, it is perfectly situated between mountains and river with quiet countryside all around.
You'll be 5 minutes from the Mid-Hudson Bridge and remarkable Walkway Over the Hudson, the world's longest pedestrian bridge, once the only railway connecting New England to the rest of America, but now a wide jogging, strolling and biking path spanning the river. Within sight are the Culinary Institute of America, FDR home, Vanderbilt mansion, and antique stores. Just 20 minutes away are the world-famous Mohonk Mountain House and fun, kid-friendly Rocking Horse Ranch. And just a little farther are hip Beacon, the U.S Military Academy at West Point, Storm King outdoor sculpture center, DIA Art Foundation and other Hudson Valley destinations. New York City is an easy commute via the train station 15 minutes from the house.
Private Residence with 3 levels
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4500 square feet, 419 square meters
King, Queen, Queen, and Queen
10 guests maximum
Additional sleeping basement game room looking out onto the same river view as the rest of the house.
Newburgh 30 minutes, Laguardia 90 minutes, Newark 90 minutes
90 minutes by car or train from New York City
Panoramic views across the Hudson River: Franklin Roosevelt's House, the Culinary Institute of America, and mountains beyond
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
Optional housekeeping during your stay, including laundry service, $100.
Activities of Interest
- Snow Skiing
- Wine Country
- Rock climbing and hiking capital of the East
- Blue Mountain and Shawangunk Mt hiking and biking
- Mohonk Mt. House, Lake Minnewaska, Rocking Horse Ranch
Places of Interest
- The Culinary Institute of America – The New York campus of the institute is located just across the river from Highland. The restaurants associated with the institute offer fantastic food cooked by the students.
- Mohonk Preserve, Mountain House and Lake Minnewaska - Hiking, Biking and Rock Climbing Capital of the East
- Roosevelt & Vanderbilt National Historic Sites – Three houses make up this site. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s home is a museum dedicated to the only President elected to four terms. The other two are the Vanderbilt Mansion and Eleanor Roosevelt’s Val-Kill.
- DIA Art Foundation and the Storm King outdoor sculpture park - world renown art and cultural centers
- New Paltz - gateway to the Catskills, historic Dutch settlement-turned-hip-college-town with groovy vibe and award winning restaurants
- Hudson, NY
Peter L.September 2023
My family had a lovely time on our girls trip. We enjoyed the pool and pulled a Romona for the bedrooms. I enjoyed the kitchen and cooked dinner and breakfast. We explored New Paltz, Mohonk and the walking bridge over the Hudson. It did rain one day so we played pool and ping pong in the basement.”
David B.May 2019
This house provided a prefect location as a base to explore the Hudson River Valley. Directly across the Hudson from FDR home and Vanderbilt homes. Close to West Point, Woodstock and the Catskills. Enjoyed our stay. ”
Charleen N.October 2012
This very comfortable house has spectacular views of the Hudson River. It was perfectly located for our visits to the lovely towns of New Paltz and Rhinebeck as well as the Culinary Institute of America, which we had a great view of right across the Hudson. Each day we set off for an easy drive to a wonderful destination. We visited Storm King Sulpture Park, DIA Beacon, Val Kill, and FDR's home.The home does need some updating which the owner is aware of and has already started.”