"A French-inspired mansion custom-built by an internationally renowned developer. Enter through two extravagant cast-iron gates and down an extended tree-lined driveway to a detailed entryway with robust columns and old-world grandeur. The estate boasts 9 bedrooms, 10 full baths, and 2 half baths."
But, wait, there’s more! A gourmet kitchen, dinette, and great room on the first floor, and on the second floor: an impressive primary bedroom awaits with two offices, a massive walk-in closet, primary bath, study, and private gallery.
The lower level has a top-of-the-line gym, wine cellar, home theater, and wet bar.
Take a look inside and out and decide if you want to make a bid.
It’s in Colts Neck and covers a total of 127 acres.
You don’t really have to worry about nosy neighbors.
A beautiful tree-lined entrance.
There’s a saltwater pool in the back.
That’s a magnificent entranceway.
The first-floor great room.
The formal dining room.
The chef’s kitchen.
The second-floor sitting room.
The main bathroom with spa shower and jacuzzi.
The spacious master bedroom.
That’s quite a home office.
A gym with exercise equipment
The pro-quality gym on the lower level.
There are 14 acres of pasture.
Of course, it has a barn for your horses.
Your estimated property taxes are over $40,000 a year. With 20% down, your monthly payment would be $130.679. Go for it.
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