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124 Warren • Hudson
An exceptional and rare residential building clad in cast iron and purportedly the only private house of its kind in America.
Possibly manufactured by the James Bogardus firm, famous for its cast iron facades gracing many of the commercial blocks in lower Manhattan. Currently a four-unit rental building with desirable single floor apartments, it retains many original details and might easily be returned to its original single-family status.
A graceful staircase leads up the the top floor atelier apartment with unobstructed views across the rooftops to the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. A full English basement with a walk-out door to the rear garden offers storage and houses the building operating systems.
Located on lower Warren Street along Proprietors Row, flanked by many impressive and architecturally significant buildings, number 124 is a smart investment in the past as well as the future. A two-minute walk from Amtrak Station and all that Hudson City has to offer.
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Agent: James Male