624 Bloomfield Street is a rare and important property, a piece of Hoboken history that is comprised of two distinct buildings connected by a brick breezeway encompassing a lovely courtyard garden located on an oversized lot that provides parking in a prime midtown Bloomfield Street location. The oversized 31 x 100 ft lot consists of an exceptional 21’ wide four-story semi- attached townhouse featuring stunning four story copper clad projected bay windows on the front façade and a two-story bay window on the southern elevation that offers rare multiple exposures. The main townhouse is attached to a two-story carriage house towards the rear of the property and a single story bay garage with wicket door to the south providing both on and off street parking. The handsome circa 1850 townhouse incorporates elements of the Renaissance Revival, Neo-Grec and Italianate architectural styles. The gracious main entry is recessed and composed of a double leaf, wood and glass paneled door and round arched glass transom. The striking and distinguished formal double parlor floor has outstanding scale and proportion and retains its original Victorian grace with ornate plaster crown molding and casings. The parlor floor also offers a full bath featuring Lefroy Brooks fixtures and Ann Sacks tile and a lovely sunroom area that floods the area with light. As you walk through the brick breezeway you pass large historic steel French casement windows that open to lovely views of the inner courtyard. Upon entering the carriage house you are seamlessly transported through time to a less formal but equally impressive living experience nestled in trees and surrounded with four exposures that allow an abundance of light while enjoying privacy not typically found in urban living. The two-story carriage house sits on the entire rear width of the lot and has large open living and dining areas that are ideal for informal entertaining and boasts a well-equipped gourmet kitchen featuring green slate counters and backsplash, and a Shaws Lancaster farmhouse sink with Nicolazzi faucet. The first floor of the carriage house has another cozy living room a bedroom, an office that can be easily used as a bedroom and a full bathroom with a Steam Bath, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, Sbordoni by DaVinciClassic pedestal Sinks and Ann Sacks Gramercy Park Tile. The ground floor of the carriage house opens to the brick inner courtyard, which was previously featured in the Hoboken Secret Garden Tour and has many mature plantings including a classic rose garden, a lilac and white dogwood tree. The delightful single story garage with wicket door doubles as a gardening shed and is a perfect entrance and complement to the secret inner courtyard garden. The driveway of the home offers parking and Hoboken permits you to block your own driveway allowing for up to three-car parking. 624 has two zones of air conditioning, four zones of radiator heat and is currently configured as a four family. The property will be delivered vacant and can easily be converted to a one or two family home. The top two floors and garden level of the townhouse were previously rented and have kitchens. This historic one of a kind residence is conveniently located one short block from Washington Street, boutique shops, restaurants, and the express bus to Port Authority, and a short distance to many parks, the Path train and NY Waterway Ferry.

Date Added: 9/6/22 at 5:00 am
Last Update: 9/7/22 at 7:27 pm

This listing is coming from Agent PETER A COSSIO at Office brown harris stevens new jersey

Interior

  • AppliancesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer/ Dryer, Oven/ Range Gas
  • BasementFinished, Full
  • A/CA/ C Central, A/ C Window, Gas, Radiators
  • HeatingA/ C Central, A/ C Window, Gas, Radiators
  • Half Baths1

Exterior

  • GeneralBrick, Stone
  • StyleBrownstone, Carriage House, Townhouse, Victorian
  • Parking1 Car, 3+ Cars, Garage, Tandem- Private

Location

  • HOAYes
  • HOA AmenitiesBackyard

Financial

  • ExclusionsOwners personal belongings.

Schools

  • DistrictHoboken City School District
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