The Hoburna Holiday Home is back on the market after its sale last year, but it is up for a price tag of $6,000 more.
The historic property was listed for sale in August, with buyers hoping to purchase it at a higher price and complete the renovation of the home.
Owner Bob Horner, who bought the property from the family of Robert and Helen Hoburn in 1984, said that the sale price was “just ridiculous.”
“I mean, I’m a real estate guy, but the price is ridiculous,” Horner told the New York Daily News.
The original owner of the property, Robert and Carol Hoburn, donated the home to the city of Hoboken as part of a larger plan to improve the city’s water supply.
The city donated the house and other pieces of land to the Hoburn family for the project.
“We had a wonderful time and enjoyed all of the great memories of living here,” Horter said.
“I think that people are just really looking to make their mark on the history of Hoburn.”
Horne said the building is currently undergoing renovations.
It will be completed sometime in 2019, and will be the first in Hoboken to receive a new coat of paint.
Horner said the renovation will allow the Hobrenas to expand the size of the building to include more bedrooms and a larger dining room.
The renovations are expected to take between four and five years.
The home has been vacant since the early 2000s.
The Hoburnes sold the property to the Hudson County Board of Commissioners in 2016 for $1.4 million.
The sale was approved by the board, but did not include a full renovation.
The sale price for the property was $3.4-million in 2018, according to records.
In 2018, the home was featured on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, with Horner as a featured guest.
In the same year, the house became one of the most sought-after properties in the Hudson Valley.