A house in New Jersey has hit the market, and thanks to its whopping $45 million price tag, it has become the state’s second-most expensive listing.
The 30,000-square-foot mansion, at 84 Glen Alpin Road in Harding Township, was built in 2005 and sits on 15 acres of land. According to its listing, the six-bedroom, 12.5-bathroom home has been, “artfully designed to sheer perfection”.
It comes with a sweeping limestone staircase, 13 imported fireplaces from Italy and Portugal, an elevator, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, a pub room with a custom bar, a library, a gym, an entertaining/recreation room and theater, a fully-equipped catering kitchen, and a “museum-quality” wine cellar with a Roman brick and Jerusalem limestone floor. Plus there’s imported sculptures, perennial gardens, over 100 imported trees, a full regulation tennis court, a swimming pool, two spas, a pool house, three outdoor kitchens and a separate guest house.
Meanwhile, the Garden State’s most expensive listing is the $48.8 million mansion at 18 Frick Drive in the affluent Alpine neighborhood.
Whitney Didier of Douglas Elliman has the listing.