118 Summit Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Historic character and charm with the opportunity to design the home of your dreams. This 4745 sq ft. (Approx), 2 ½ story, detached single-family, was constructed in 1867 as an Italianate house. In 1910 it was remodeled in an elegant Renaissance Revival-influenced residence and served as the rectory for the historic St Johns church. In the last 15 years, the building has been used as offices.
The house features two-story, semi-hexagonal bays flanking the main entrance, which is articulated by a column-supported portico. The original details include stained glass windows, inlaid hardwood floors, solid core doors, a center hall staircase, and four fireplaces. The house sits on a 50’ x120’ (IRR)
elevated lot and offers a short commute to NYC.