By Lauren Maiorana
Hudson Woods, a new real estate project created by Lang Architecture in the midst of the Hudson River Valley, is quite the hidden gem. Consisting of 26 locally-sourced, sustainable dwellings in Kerhonkson, New York, Hudson woods has it all.
Not only is each home meticulously designed with eco-friendly materials, the development sits only 100 miles from New York City, making it the ideal year-round vacation/second-home getaway. Hudson Woods mirrors the natural beauty of the surrounding region, with countless recreation activities just steps away.
Drew Lang, Head Architect at Lang Architecture, knew when he found this 131-acre site that it was the perfect fit for his vision. Lang’s mission at Lang Architecture is “to create authentic, meaningful experiences at every turn”. With design, craft, and sustainability being the main focus, Hudson Woods has mastered it all. Many of Hudson Woods’ residents will hail from Manhattan and Brooklyn, while others might choose to make it a permanent residence.
Each home is designed to seamlessly blend contemporary aesthetics with the natural surroundings that inspired them. From expansive kitchen pantries to outdoor kitchens, vegetable gardens, and tree houses, unique upgrades are available, and each home can be customized to fit individual needs and dreams.
Beyond the dwellings, the overall development of Hudson Woods serves as so much more than an architectural project; it is an experience—a unique combination of community, family, design, and communion with nature.
In the beautiful Catskills region surrounding Hudson Woods, residents can hike, bike, shop, dine, explore and get lost in the beauty of it all. Back at home, they can enjoy living in the Hudson Valley’s most ambitious, intriguing, delightful architectural gem.
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