Union Mills is an exceptionally characterful c1800 townhouse in Hudson proper. Historically serving as the neighborhood bakery in its early years, the home spreads out over 2,600 square feet with four bedrooms, three and a half baths and a private east-facing garden. A large cornice fascia crowns the expansive fenestration, and the formal front entrance is an original set of recessed double doors flanked by woodwork. Beyond the entryway you’ll find the inviting & light-filled living room with oak flooring, sanded and refinished with a light, water based poly to keep from yellowing. The classic two-over-two windows have been replaced with high end Marvin’s in the same style throughout the house. Down the hall is a full bath and first floor bedroom (or office). The rear of the home now serves as the kitchen with an open floor plan and concrete floors—two desirable and rare features in a Hudson home. Quite remarkably, the original bread oven with a handsome cast-iron door and original brick provide the focal point to the room, and the owners have added a wood stove for ambiance. The kitchen is complete with white quartz counters, new appliances, & an expanded pantry— the true heart of the home. A beautiful staircase with original newel post leads upstairs to three bedrooms & a large, open space which the current owners utilize as home offices. An ensuite master bedroom conversion lies at the rear of the home, to the East to capture the morning light. Sections of the framing were beautifully revealed internally to give this new space a historic feel. A third full bath is ideally situated towards the front, between the additional two upstairs bedrooms. The rear garden is terraced, separating a stone patio and the sizable lawn. A perfect setup for warm evenings alfresco. The home is a 5m walk to Hudson’s Warren Street, 5m to Amtrak & 2.5h to NYC.