Updated: Oct 19, 2021
Hoboken, New Jersey is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the New York City metropolitan area, featuring a wealth of options for those looking to experience refined metropolitan living with access to all New York City and New Jersey have to offer. Situated in the heart of Hoboken is 614 Hudson Street, a historically protected and impeccably restored redbrick townhome that exemplifies the timeless appeal of turn-of-the-century architecture.
Aside from its design and updates, what makes 614 Hudson Street particularly special is its price. If sold at its current asking price of $6,995,000, the home will signify the most expensive townhome sale in Hoboken history.
With five floors spanning 5,600 square feet in addition to a roof deck, the six-bedroom, seven-bath townhouse is the perfect combination of timeless sophistication and 21st-century living. Gut renovated in 2017, no expense was spared in its restoration and expansion.
Upon entering the home’s 18th-century Argentinian oak entrance doors—complete with artful carvings—a sense of lavish grandeur becomes apparent.
Custom cabinetry, elegant millwork, hardwood floors, and numerous other designer finishes are found throughout all five levels, which can be accessed via private elevator.
The home’s gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream, showcasing a spacious center island, abundant cabinetry, and state-of-the art appliances.
Also noteworthy is the primary suite. It includes a luxurious bedroom and an award-winning, five-piece primary bath with Carrara marble floors and walls, a custom dual vanity, a makeup mirror, and a walk-in shower with skylights.
The expansive, finished roof deck offers a tranquil respite with an outdoor kitchen and generous seating options, all with scenic city views as a backdrop.
The property also features a carriage house located at the back of a private courtyard. It includes a standalone loft apartment—complete with a bedroom, kitchen, and office—and a garage.
Additional highlights include a Control4 Smart Home system, high-efficiency light and water systems, and a finished basement.