907 Castle Point Terrace


Unmatched sophistication on Castle Point Terrace with world class New York City and Hudson River views. The innovative design of this unique home incorporates mid-century design characteristics for the 21st century; harmonious indoor/outdoor flow, expert use of organic materials & smart, elegant built-in cabinetry. Designed & built by award-winning Hoboken architect, John Nastasi, 907 Castle Point is in a class of its own. The sun-filled kitchen features a large Calacatta marble island with Wolf, SubZero and Viking appliances, built-in Mahogany banquette and distinctive pine ceilings. Completing the parlor floor is the formal living room, family room with built in entertainment center and convenient powder room. The rear yard, an extension of the living space, features an Ipé deck with glass railings, flamed limestone patio, pristine lawn, irrigated all season garden and a unique stainless steel plunge pool. Steel stair case leads to the garden level offering a private bedroom/office with powder room that is easily converted to a full bath for the perfect in-law or au pair suite. The top floor master retreat features dramatic windows, en-suite terrace, gas fireplace and sitting room with built-in mahogany wet bar. Rivaling many spas, the master bathroom features timeless teak vanity, oversized walk-in shower and freestanding concrete soaking tub with dramatic 3form organics backdrop. Additional fine details through this extraordinary home include 5+ bedrooms, 3 full baths , 2 half baths, hand scraped walnut floors, radiant heated floors throughout, security system with cameras, Elan sound system, blackout and sheer window treatments, recessed gallery lighting, floor outlets, full laundry room with laundry chute, and multi-zone HVAC system. Welcoming you at the end of Castle Point Terrace is Hoboken’s Elysian Park as well as easy access to NYC bus, ferry and private rental parking garages. For a private tour, please call our office at 201.420.7393

Offered at $4,750,000

5+ Bedrooms · 3 Full & 2 Half Bathrooms
Lot: 35×110 · Taxes: $37,178

Features and Finishes


Wolf cooktop and hood

Viking wall oven

Viking microwave

Viking warming drawer

Miele dishwasher

SubZero wine refrigerator

SubZero refrigerator

Built-in refrigeration drawers

Calacotta marble counters

Pine ceilings

Elkay sinks

Grohe faucets

Walnut breakfast nook with storage bench



Teak master bathroom vanity and surrounds

Concrete shower and stone floor

Freestanding concrete soaking tub

3form Organics wall treatment

Hansgrohe fixtures




Ann Sacks Tile

Kohler & Gerberit Fixtures

Custom vanities

3form Organics wall and countertop treatments

Custom concrete countertops with integral sinks



Touch screen ELAN controls wired for cable, sound and security cameras

Custom built entertainment center in family room

Steel staircase to lower level

Laundry room with sink and laundry chute from master bedroom

Wet bar in master suite

2 working gas fireplaces

Exquisite custom millwork and molding throughout

Solid, custom milled interior doors

Hand scraped walnut floors on parlor level

Walnut floors on upper levels

Built in cabinetry and closet systems

Radiant heat throughout

Blackout and sheer window treatments



ELAN sound system with touch screen controls

Security system with cameras

2 zone HVAC system — central cooling

Radiant heated floors throughout

Completely re-wired, updated plumbing and electrical systems



Low maintenance Zinc clad exterior

Flamed limestone terrace

Ipé wood deck with glass railing

4 foot deep in-ground stainless steel plunge pool

Cedar privacy fence

Direct gas line for outdoor barbeque grill

All mechanical equipment located on the roof

Mahogany front porch


Jersey City’s Building Boom

It’s hard to keep up with all of the new construction going on in Jersey City. A few years back, some of our agents called it in advance, saying Jersey City would definitely expand in the next few years. Well it certainly has. Three months ago, an article stated that Jersey City is expecting nearly 3,000+ residential units to come before the end of the 2015. NJ.com quotes in recent news that “Two new hotels are coming to Jersey City, a five-story, 87-room hotel slated for a mostly vacant lot outside of the Holland Tunnel and a seven-story, 75-room one on Tonnele Avenue at Secaucus Road”. There are also talks of a new casino to be built at the Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, although it hasn’t yet been confirmed. Another recent announcement proposes four new residential buildings planned for Mueller’s old pasta factory. These residential buildings would hold 980 units on the 5.2 acre site according to developer Argent Ventures. Prweb noted that “by year-end 2014, homebuilders obtained 5,641 permits for multi-family projects in Hudson County, reaching a record high”. Jersey City holds an amazing platform for buildings aiming for maximum success and economic growth. Hudson Place Realty looks forward to what’s to come for this amazing city. Pictures curtesy of NJ.COM

Hudson County Farmers Markets


One our favorite things about this time of year are the local farmers markets! Here are a few of the local markets we love.

Uptown Hoboken Farmers’ Market: 

Located at the corner of 13th & Hudson Street

Running June 4 through October, Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The Uptown Farmer’s Market offers a range of fresh New Jersey produce including corn, tomatoes, scapes, peaches, arugula, blueberries, and pumpkins.

For more info on the Market, visit its Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hoboken-Uptown-Farmers-Market/126875334004227


Riverview Farmers’ Market: 

Located at Riverview-Fisk Park, Palisades Avenue between Bowers and Griffith Streets, Jersey City

Running May 3 to Nov. 21, Sundays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more info on the market visit:



Van Vorst Park Farmers’ Market: 

Located inside Van Vorst Park at the gazebo

Running from May 2 to December, Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


6th Borough Market

Located at the corner of Marin Boulevard and Montgomery Street

Beginning May 10, running every second and fourth Sunday of each month until Oct. 25


Bayonne Farmers’ Market:

Located at 13-21 East 24th Street.

Running May 26 to November 24, Tuesday, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Hamilton Park Farmers’ Market:

Hamilton Park, 8th Street between West Hamilton and McWilliams Place, Jersey City

Running May 6 to Oct. 14, Wednesday, 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.


Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers’ Market:

Grove PATH Plaza

Running May 4 to Dec. 21, Monday and Thursday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Union City Farmers Market at Troy Towers:

380 Mountain Road, North Parking Lot, Union City

Running from May 17 to September, Sunday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.