This 19th Century row house in downtown Jersey City was converted from a four family to a two family. The historic exterior was restored while the interior has been stripped of many layers of earlier renovations. A new, centralized millwork element on the parlor level houses the kitchen, a bathroom, stairs, storage and the homes heating and cooling system while separating the living and dining zones. Similarly, a built in cabinet on the master bedroom level incorporates clothing storage and an office space between the bedroom and bathroom.

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