The most expensive townhouse in Hoboken historical past has hit the market for $7 million, The Post has realized.
Made up of six bedrooms and 7 baths, the New Jersey dwelling boasts 4 flooring, with an extra cellar and rooftop.
Located on Hoboken’s coveted Hudson Street, the traditionally protected red-brick dwelling has been fully restored with fashionable finishes, in accordance with the itemizing.
The residence dates again to 1897 and was intestine renovated in 2017 whereas retaining the 10-foot-four-inch-high 18th century Argentinian double entrance doorways.
Eleven rooms in whole, the property comes with two residing rooms, a examine, two dens, an office, a library, playroom and a media room.
Currently owned by Matt and Diana Thomas, a day dealer and recruiter, they initially bought the house in 2016 for $2.9 million.
Noteworthy options embody an elevator that serves all 5 ranges of the house, a carriage home with a stand-alone loft residence that comes with a separate entry on Court Street, and a non-public storage with room for two automobiles.
A Control4 sensible dwelling system has additionally been put in. It contains six exterior cameras, a video entry and intercom, automated shades and lighting controls.
Considered Hoboken’s premier location, this townhouse is a brief distance from the PATH Train and NY Waterway ferry to Manhattan.
The itemizing is represented by Peter Cossio of Brown Harris Stevens.