Complete with a garage and carriage house, $6.9M Hoboken townhouse could set a new record

Complete with a garage and carriage house, $6.9M Hoboken townhouse could set a new record

September 16, 2021

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

A huge, historic townhouse at 614 Hudson Street in Hoboken has hit the market for $6,995,000. If it sells for this price, it’ll be the biggest townhouse sale ever in Hoboken and all of Hudson County. The current record holder is 504 Hudson Street, which sold for $6.5 million back in 2016. This new contender was gut renovated in 2017, leaving the main home with 5,600 square feet of stunningly beautiful space, six bedrooms, an elevator, and a roof deck. Notably, the property also has a separate carriage house with a loft apartment, as well as a private two-car garage, which, if you know anything about parking in Hoboken, is the biggest selling point of all.

The house is located on one of the most beautiful streets in all of Hoboken. It’s closer to the northern end of the city, which tends to be a bit quieter and more family-oriented. It’s just a couple blocks from the waterfront and Sinatra Park. As mentioned, it underwent a gut renovation a few years ago. Even the original red brick and brownstone facade has been meticulously refurbished.

The true historic grandeur of this home begins right away. Enter through original 18th-century Argentinian double entrance doors (with matching nuns carved into the oak), followed by the interior double-wide French doors that are originally from 19th-century Paris. From there, the formal living and dining rooms have matching fireplace mantels and gold mirrors. Throughout, you’ll find elegant custom millwork, inlaid hardwood floors, and tasteful moldings. The entire five-story house is served by an elevator, which is located behind the staircase.

The kitchen is located at the rear of the parlor floor. It’s been outfitted with custom cabinetry, a marble island that serves as a four-seat breakfast bar and holds a wine fridge and a second dishwasher, a white farmhouse sink, a built-in banquette, and a separate pantry.

At the third-floor landing, there’s an open den, which would also make a great playroom. The street-facing bedroom has a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom.

There’s a laundry room in the hall, as well as a full bathroom with double sinks that serves the two rear bedrooms, both of which have spacious closets.

Another level up, the primary bedroom occupies the rear of the fourth floor. There are two large walk-in closets, both with skylights, as well as an incredible en-suite bathroom with two more skylights.

There’s another en-suite bedroom and a home office at the other end of this floor.

The roof deck is just over 600 square feet and has a modern turf surround and views as far as Hudson Yards.

The garden level has its own street entrance, which opens to a foyer lined with built-in storage. There’s even more custom storage in the adjacent library, which has a fireplace and wet bar. This room opens to a large family room that has floor-to-ceiling garage doors that turn this level into a true indoor-outdoor entertaining dream.

The courtyard comes complete with an outdoor kitchen and leads to the garage/carriage house.

There’s also a basement level that has a walk-in cedar closet, full bathroom, and another den that’s currently configured as a guest suite.

Since the property extends all the way through on a 20′ x 100′ lot, there’s a separate entrance for the carriage house on Court Street, which is where the two-car garage is accessed.

The loft apartment features soaring double-height windows. On the lower level, there’s a full kitchen, full bathroom, and open living/dining room. Upstairs, there’s a sleeping loft, washer/dryer, and office nook.

Brown Harris Stevens agent Peter Cossio represents the listing. He also represented the seller of 504 Hudson Street when it set a record in 2016. Prior to that, the most expensive townhouse was a nearby Queen Anne-style house that had sold for $4.35 million in 2015, according to the Wall Street Journal.

[Listing: 614 Hudson Street by Peter Cossio of Brown Harris Stevens]


Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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