FEATURED PROPERTY: Limestone Townhouse Mansion at 504 Hudson Street — $6,500,000
This outstanding limestone townhouse mansion has been meticulously restored, renovated and designed for the most discerning buyer and is ideally positioned on the most historic and significant street in Hoboken.
Located less than a block away from Stevens Park and a short distance to the Hudson River waterfront walkway, PATH Train and NY Waterway Ferry to Manhattan, this home exemplifies every aspect of sophisticated townhouse living from location to amenities. Truly no expense was spared from its original construction in 1854 to its exhaustive restoration and expansion completed in 2012.
Original grandeur is evidenced by the rare and handsome historic limestone façade and the glorious original detail from the grand ten-foot-high double entrance doors to the elegantly carved inlay mahogany staircase. Every detail has been carefully considered to bring a perfect balance between its history and the modern conveniences coveted by today’s discerning buyers.
504 Hudson is situated on a full 25×100 lot and encompasses five floors and approximately 8,000 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.
This home is exquisitely designed with custom cabinetry throughout, elegant custom millwork, quarter-sawn oak hardwood floors, and fixtures from Waterworks, Dornbracht, Rohl, Jaclo, Toto and Ann Sacks.
Several noteworthy features include an elevator that serves all five levels of the house, a carriage house with a private two-car garage with heated floors and a separate studio apartment, five zones of radiant heat, four zones of high-velocity air conditioning, a natural gas generator that backs up the entire home and a Control4 smart home system which includes: five exterior cameras, video entry/intercom, automated shades and lighting control in key areas and 14 media zones throughout the property.
For more information, contact Halstead Property.