Update: Will This Townhouse Become Hoboken’s Priciest Home?


Update: NJ.com reports that it only took nine days to find a buyer for what will likely become the most expensive home in Hoboken, though no offer price was revealed.

504 Hudson St HobokenA restored limestone townhouse at 504 Hudson has hit the market in Hoboken for a whopping $6.5M. Originally constructed in 1854, an exhaustive restoration and expansion was completed in 2012. Original grandeur is evidenced by the glorious original details, from the grand ten-foot-high double entrance doors to the elegantly carved inlay mahogany staircase.

The home is situated on a full 25×100 lot and encompasses five floors and approximately 8000 square feet with six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, three kitchens, three living rooms, two dens, an office, a gym and a custom 1200+ bottle wine cellar. Finishes include custom cabinetry throughout, elegant custom millwork, quarter-sawn oak hardwood floors, and fixtures from Waterworks, Dornbracht, Rohl, Jaclo, Toto and Ann Sacks.

Another noteworthy feature is the elevator that makes accessing all five levels of the house that much easier. A carriage house provides a private two-car garage with heated floors and a separate studio apartment.

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Located less than a block away from Stevens Park and a short distance from the PATH, the home is also only a few blocks away from the most expensive house ever sold in Hoboken, selling back in June 2015 for $4.35M. 504 Hudson is asking over $2M more. According to listing agent Peter Cossio, they did use comps to price the home, but “there are few comps of this caliber and if you take the comps and adjust for parking and location and square footage you end up where we listed it.”

Whether the home will reach it’s target price remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain – it’s truly a spectacular property.

504 Hudson St – Hudson Realty Group


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