We are now offering the means to bring a Hudson Woods house to life on your own land or property you purchase. Placed in the woods, the mountains, near the ocean, or in a garden, the home immediately blends in with the surroundings. This was the vision behind our Hudson Woods home.
A 224 page document of detailed drawings, specifications and material choices for replicating the Hudson Woods house.
Detailed Drawings And Specifications For Building The Hudson Woods House
Tried And Tested For Replicating 30+ Houses
Full Access To The Hudson Woods Partners & Suppliers.
6-12 Month Timeline To Plan Against
5 steps to creating a Hudson Woods house on your property
Decide on your new or existing building plot.
Purchase the Hudson Woods house design licence.
Choose the construction team to build your home to spec.
File applications to obtain approval to build.
Begin construction Est. 6-12 month timeline.
Estimated construction cost between $400,000–$600,000 plus Land & Design Licence.
Use the form below to tell us about your needs and we will bei n touch with next steps
How construction-ready is the land? Is it cleared and graded? Are plumbing, electric and cable connected? Are a road and driveway installed? The more a lot is construction ready, the lower your construction costs will be.
We can recommend contractors in the area, but there are also a number of tools available such as Sweeten. Be sure to vet several contractors carefully and ask for 3 referrals from each contractor.
Yes. Please contact us regarding which upgrades you would like to purchase. Cost can vary depending on the upgrade. Some items like the kitchen pantry, kitchen island and wood burning stove can be purchased directly.
Yes. We offer 5 hours of consultation and minor modification as part of the licensing fee. Beyond these 5 hours any additional work will be charged on an hourly basis.
We can connect you to lending partners in the area. However, a construction loan process is very similar to a mortgage process with 3rd party lending banks.
An engineer is recommended and you may need an architect to submit construction documents although a contractor can do this in many cases.