1024 Garden Street is the quintessential townhouse located on one of the most desirable tree-lined streets in uptown Hoboken.
Sitting on a 21x 100 lot this six-bedroom four and one half-bath single-family home encompasses four floors, a basement and a large garden. At nearly 4,000 square feet it is a truly rare find, a seamless combination of size, location, original details and modern renovations.
The common entrance on the garden level has built-in storage and coat racks that work perfectly as a mud room/area while the rest of the floor provides the more comfortable spaces of the house with an eat-in kitchen with built in bench and storage, a family room and a powder room. The open kitchen features a Viking 6 burner stove, wine and beverage refrigerator, granite counters and a butcher block island that anchors the space overlooking the dining area and garden.
Originally, a triple parlor turn of the century townhouse, the parlor floor is a stunning example of the era with dramatic proportions, floor to ceiling double hung Marvin windows, and 11 foot plus high ceilings. The parlor floor has retained the decorative ornate plaster moldings and archways that embellish the high ceilings, while the formal dining area carefully incorporates floor to ceiling built-ins that seamlessly accentuate the historic details. Also located on the parlor floor is a music room and guest room with en-suite bath.
The master bedroom floor features an en-suite bath with a large soaking tub, steam shower with frameless glass door, two walk-in closets, a sitting room and a flexible bedroom, which can be used as an office, nursery or child’s room. The top floor of the home has three more bedrooms, one with an en-suite bath, a family bathroom with double vanity, and another living area.
The rear garden has ample space with a large area of artificial grass and a raised planting bed at the rear. The home also has a large basement which provides an abundance of storage, a security system including 3 cameras with remote access video monitoring and recording, an alarm system with detectors on windows and doors, 2 zones of high velocity HVAC, a solar array on the roof that drastically reduces energy bills, and is wired for Ethernet.
Conveniently located two short blocks from Washington Street boutique shops, restaurants, parks, the express bus to Port Authority and the NY Waterway Ferry. Parking garages located 1 and 2 blocks away.