With commanding views of the Hudson River, NYC and Liberty State Park, this oversized 1732 sf, 2-bed, 2-bath waterfront home is the perfect combination of historic charm and modern convenience. The Sugar House was a Civil War era sugar factory before it was converted into 65 condos in 2002. This home’s unique architectural details include 10-foot high arched brick ceilings and sliding glass doors with Juliette balconies that open up to Hudson River breezes. Exposed brick and recently refinished hardwood floors add warmth to the expansive residence. The wall of windows to the south and west fill the home with natural light. Open concept living and dining areas serve as an inviting destination for lounging or entertaining by a charming gas fireplace. The open chef's kitchen is beautifully equipped with professional-grade stainless steel Viking appliances and custom cabinetry. The master suite is expansive with a built-in entertainment center and spa-like bathroom with stainless-steel Japanese soaking tub. Sugar House is located at 174 Washington Street in Paulus Hook. The low-rise red brick and copper exterior was designed by Danish architect Detlef Lienau, who was the founder of the American Institute of Architects. Full-service luxury amenities include gym with steam rooms and sauna, a 24-hour doorman, elevator, central air conditioning and one-car garage parking. Finally, the property has a landscaped courtyard with gas grills, tables and chairs overlooking the park and river. Located at the end of Washington Street in Paulus Hook, this home is in the desirable PS 16 school district and just steps away from PATH or ferry service to Manhattan.