Sitting on a knoll with direct views of the fabled Lincoln Park, this enchanting brick house built in 1910 retains much of its original character inside and out. Mature trees surround the house once celebrated for its gardens including a giant blossoming Magnolia and a magnificent Japanese Maple. The house contains 4 bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a marvelous sunroom off of the living room facing the park, a period fireplace, a formal dining room, a laundry room and a bonus area converted from a garage. In addition, there is a fully usable walk-out basement with an external door to West Side Avenue. A multiple number of cars can be parked on its driveway. The lush backyard boarders the park providing privacy. Possibility is limitless. Lincoln Park, designed in 1905, is a 150-acre urban sanctuary with a 9-hole golf course, 21 tennis courts, several sports fields, playgrounds and nature walks, and is a host to Jazz nights and farmer’s market. Minutes to Journal Square Path station and restaurants and shops on West Side Ave., Bergen Ave. and Monticello Ave., this is an outstanding opportunity to restore a historic house on arguably the most beautiful street of Jersey City.
SAWYER SMITH RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE (201) 653-8000
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Listing information last updated on June 1st, 2020 at 5:48pm CDT.