Bayonne, Jersey City’s southern neighbor, doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves. From its diverse housing stock to its nearly 3.5 mile-long Broadway retail corridor, the city offers a small town feel with the benefits of being a quick train ride from the big city.
Speaking of its diverse housing stock, the city has enclaves of new construction, Victorian mansions, and factories retrofitted as lofts. To illustrate this diversity, we rounded up three of Bayonne’s more unique properties.
Up first is a three bedroom colonial on a large corner lot. The listing indicates the home was built in 1900, but a look through the photos tells us it underwent a major renovation in the late 70’s or early 80’s. Retro highlights include a gold metal ceiling in the kitchen, dome track lighting in the living room, and cathedral wood plank ceilings in one of the bathrooms.
It does, however, look well-maintained, lusciously landscaped, and the brick fence add some great curb appeal.
It’s listed for $345,700 by Christopher Piechocki of Weichert Realtors
Listing: 58 W 48th St, Bayonne
Here’s a great opportunity for the right investor. Bayonne’s last remaining rooming house is for sale. The stately 3,800 square foot Victorian is configured with an owners apartment and 12 boarding rooms, that according to the listing agent are a ‘big income producer’.
It also boasts numerous original features like an intricate wood carved staircase that unfortunately has been painted over, large stained glass windows, and multiple marble fireplaces.
It’s listed for $490,000, also by Christopher Piechocki of Weichert Realtors
Listing: 234-236 Avenue A, Bayonne
Lastly, we have a 1910 sewing factory that’s been converted to a single family home. The three level home features 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. A roof top deck with sun room offers river views. Its main living area has a nicely renovated kitchen, fieldstone fireplace, and wall of built-in bookshelves.
Standout features include an adobe style fireplace, circular loft staircase, and an indoor pool with built in hot tub.
It’s listed for $548,000 by Henry Setkiewicz of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Listing: 500 Avenue A, Bayonne