Charming and Historic Row House For Rent in Newark

43 Halsey Street Newark For Rent Master
Master bedroom.

Come home to this classic, turn of the century, row house with room to spare in downtown Newark. Built in 1901, the top two floors of 43 Halsey Street are for rent and include four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Located in the James Street Commons Historic District, the 1,600 sq. ft. apartment is an elegant respite right in the heart of Newark’s renaissance.

Beautiful architectural details — marble fireplaces, original heartwood pine floors and moldings, and exposed brick — point to the period of the historic home. The contemporary kitchen and over 300 sq. ft. of dining and living space, complete with built-in bookshelves, provide a grand area for entertaining.

43 Halsey Street Newark For Rent Master 2
Master bedroom.

A twisting staircase leads to the top floor bedrooms, including a master with 18 foot ceilings, a non-working but architecturally distinct fireplace, exposed brick, and a walk-in closet. The bathroom has also been updated, tiled in traditional black and white, and features a large glass-enclosed shower.

43 Halsey Street Newark For Rent Staircase
43 Halsey Street Newark For Rent Bathroom
43 Halsey Street Newark For Rent Bedrooms
Bedroom entrances.

Directly across the street from Whole Foods and only a 10 minute walk to both Newark’s Broad Street Station and Penn Station, this four bedroom, two bathroom rental is ideally situated. Also across the street is the new Marcus Samuelsson restaurant, Marcus B&P, and the neighborhood is bustling with bars and amenities. And NJPAC, The Prudential Center, and Red Bull Arena are all within walking distance.

43 Halsey Street is a rare find, offering a charming residence that is convenient to all Newark has to offer. Available for $3,000 per month, please contact owner Sydney at (862) 368-0716 for more information.


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