Step Inside a Revamped Hoboken Townhouse Asking $4.75M
Famous for Cake Boss, Frank Sinatra, Italian food, and more, Hoboken offers a friendly community and big city fun right near Manhattan. To some house hunters, it provides just the right amount of distance from NYC and a more quaint feel for everyday living. Eli Manning chose to own a condo there for some time, and it undoubtedly has beautiful listings to offer.
On Hudson Street in Hoboken, a historic townhouse honors its past but is ready for the future. The Craftsman-style home recently underwent a two-year renovation, which included both restoring original elements like stained glass windows and adding 2,000-square-feet of living space. Built in 1912, the townhouse has changed hands only three times in its lifetime—but is looking to make that four. Now on the market asking $4.75 million, 819 Hudson Street has a bounty of both curb appeal and comfort.
Set on an oversized lot that allows for a spacious backyard, the home now spans 5,200 square feet. New spaces and original bones blend together beautifully, with details like classic coffered ceilings and modern updates both bringing a lot to the table.
The interiors are sleek and clean, with their historic elements like brick fireplaces complemented by new technologies and a minimalist color palette. An original staircase climbs upwards to the custom main suite, the most luxurious of the six bedrooms offered.
Peter Cossio of Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.