This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Jersey City history. The “Leforge-Mead House” at 234 Montgomery Street was originally constructed in 1851 by John Leforge a Jersey City builder whom occupied the home until 1863. The property’s brick facade was added by Smith Mead, a local mason whom lived in the house with his family from 1866 until 1915. After 167 years this home is due for a complete gut renovation. A legal two family presently occupied as a beautiful, enormous one family. This unique property is just blocks from the Grove Street PATH. Van Vorst Park can be seen from the footsteps of this 19th Century townhouse. Live in one of the most sought after sections of Downtown Jersey City in a home you have completely designed for yourself. Let the history of this wonderful city merge with your own contemporary take on townhouse living. It’s 2018 and opportunity is knocking at the door. Leforge-Mead, and now who?