Built in 1892 on one of Hoboken’s most desirable blocks, this iconic Brownstone was the birth place of famous photographer Dorothea Lange. The home is filled with original details including ceiling medallions, chair rails, crown moldings, etched glass doors, pine floors, a grand mahogany stairway and so much more! A hidden bonus are the two original coal tunnels that can be easily converted into elegant wine cellars and a dumbwaiter for a possible elevator. Guests are greeted upon entry by a gracious foyer. The center entry hall provides access to the entire home without undue traffic through other rooms. Enter the downstairs duplex at the parlor level through a wide hallway that leads to a gathering/breakfast room with access to a private outdoor garden where you can enjoy cool summer evenings al fresco. The warm and welcoming eat-in-kitchen is complete with a walk-in pantry. Prep your dinner and walk through the butler’s pantry that conveniently stores cookware, china and staples to a spacious formal dining room. The perfect setting to host an elegant and intimate dinner party. Warm and restrained, this Brownstone offers the perfect backdrop for 18th century style furniture. The elegant stairway leads upstairs where guests can be entertained in a living room featuring 13’ ceilings, beautiful moldings and pocket doors, all with a distinguished air of gracious formality. Continue through the library into the master bedroom with an additional office/nursery or possible large walk-in closet. Serenely simple and spacious yet intimate; a private place for quiet times, champagne in bed, and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” Unfinished basement with no drips or puddles, dry the year ‘round. Two additional apartments upstairs have most of the original finishes combined with modern kitchens and bathrooms. Submit an offer. Nothing to lose, but you could gain a unique home - we’ll have an open house just for you! Admired by many, but can be owned by you. Call now.