Is it a landmark recording studio? No question that it’s a recording studio within a landmark.
Located at 21 North 6th Street, in bucolic Hudson, NY, this upstate facility is on the market. Considering the square footage that you get, the indubitably amazing reverb tails, and the beautiful surroundings, the asking price of $1,590,000 doesn’t seem unreasonable.
Originally built in 1869, this former Lutheran Church has been a recording studio since musician/engineer/songwriter Henry Hirsch (Lenny Kravitz) bought it from the church for $410,000 in 2008, and then opened it up as a recording studio with an Alexander Ross-designed control room. In 2013, the Gothic revival building changed hands to musician/producer Patrick Higgins for $600,000, dubbing it Future-Past Studios.
If you think there’s a thing or three you can do with an acoustically treated 31-foot-tall live space, then contact the real estate agents DeAnna Lenhart and Erika Sackin of Douglas Elliman Real Estate to learn more.