Located a mere eight miles from Manhattan, the most expensive house in New Jersey is on the market for $48.8 million, down from a high of $68 million when it went on the market back in 2010.
The 30,000-square-foot home is known as Stone Mansion and sits on the Palisades Cliffs along the Hudson River in Alpine, New Jersey, one of the wealthiest zip codes in America.
It is owned by Richard Kurtz, CEO of property management company, The Kamson Corporation.
Stone Mansion is safely tucked behind guarded gates. It has 42 rooms, including 12 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms, and has a foundation built on solid granite and steel, providing an extremely sturdy structure.
The house contains over $3 million in chandeliers, one you can see upon entering its elegant entryway.
Stone Mansion also has four kitchens, the main featuring two marble-topped islands and seating for four. The sun-filled dining room affords seating for 10, and another kitchen can be found in the poolside cabana.
The master suite provides plenty of room for your king-sized bed and boasts two closets and two separate bathrooms for the happy couple, who can also enjoy the view of both the heated saltwater pool and tennis court in the backyard.
Other amenities include an indoor basketball court, a home theater, an 11-car garage, and a private wine cellar (with room for 4,000 bottles of wine and temperature adjustments suitable for red or white).
Invite guests to your new home to dance the night away in your own lavish ballroom!
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