10 Derry Street, Hudson, New Hampshire
10 Derry Street, Hudson, New Hampshire 03051 - Become only the 4th owner in its 142 year history!! "Built in 1873 by George O.Sanders, this 3 story wood frame house is a well-preserved Hudson landmark and an example of French Second Empire building style. It has a mansard roof with flared eaves, and a three-story tower topped with a mansard roof, above which is a platform with Stick decoration, a wrought iron railing, and a wrought iron canopy topped by a spire. The main facade has elaborate window framing elements and a highly decorated porch. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986" [Quote Source: Wikipedia] This property has been well taken are off by the current owners. It currently consists of 5 one bedroom units and 2 two bedroom units. All tenants pay electric. Heat is included in the rent. A detailed income and expense analysis is available in the docs as well as a list of recent upgrades. All tenants have signed a month to month rental agreement. Rents are on the low side. "Today the exterior walls are sheathed with aluminum siding; applied over the original rusticated wood exterior. This work was done in the 1970's. Mr. Smith worked diligently to retain as much of the original detail as possible. The front corner, facing Derry Street, has an elaborate three story tower capped with wrought iron railings and canopy terminated with scroll work and a weather vane bearing the letter "S"." (Quoted Source 2: "Remember Hudson When" website.
Listing Courtesy of Keller Williams Realty/NH