On the Market: A Custom-Built Hudson Home with 45 Windows
A red oak spiral staircase, recycled wood cabinets from Italy, and even a safe room are part of this sleek and sunny tri-level condo.
74 Deer Path #74, Hudson
Size: 2,547 square feet
Say goodbye to your New England winter-induced Vitamin D deficiency. Add up the 38 pane-less windows—many oversize and in unique geometric shapes—seven skylights, three French doors, and one sliding glass door, and you get a whole lot of sunlight. It’s something the current homeowners, one of whom is a professional photographer, considered carefully when having the home custom designed.
The many apertures make for not only quality photos, but a stunningly sunny living space. Pair that with the open-concept layout and sleek furnishings, and the tri-level condo looks like a massive, high-end solarium. Adding to the magical look is a red oak staircase that spirals up to an office loft, tiled with squares of recycled leather, at the end of a glass-floored walkway.
Downstairs in the kitchen, Miele appliances are accompanied by recycled wood cabinets (sprayed with several coats of high glass lacquer and then hand-buffed) made by Italian designer Pedini, including the bold red base of the island—topped with a curved piece of Italian granite. The bamboo floors run through the kitchen and dining room into the living room, where a linear gas fireplace is the center of attention. But the adjacent wall has a secret: Behind the TV, a small room discreetly conceals all of the messy wiring, and can double as a hidden “safe room,” according to the listing agent.
For information, contact Gerald Mullen, NextHome Signature Realty, nexthomesigre.com.
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