You haven’t seen rich until you’ve seen this NJ home for sale
There's a home for sale in Essex County, well, mansion actually, and the ask of $7.2 million is a steal in my opinion considering all you get.
First of all, you get 12,000 square feet. It's four stories with 8 bedrooms, 9 full baths and 3 half baths. It's in the gorgeous Park Ridge Estates neighborhood of Cedar Grove. It's a gated home with a circular driveway and in the center of that circle is an ornate fountain.
Custom built in 1990 with a limestone exterior and terra cotta roof, the home has a stunning view of the New York City skyline.
“When you walk in the foyer, you just stop because you see the view of the city with the whole curved wall of windows,” says Christine Frosini, the listing agent with Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty. "It’s like a light show at night right in front of you is the full skyline.”
It has its own gym. It has its own movie theater. Outside the home is a pool whose pool house has a full kitchen. There is a sports court that could be used for basketball, tennis or something else. A fire pit. A koi pond. A meditation garden.
Take a look inside this palace and tell me this luxury isn’t worth every penny of $7.2 million.
Your curb appeal.
This is what you see when you walk in.
I'll hang in this living room, I'll enjoy this chandelier, but I'm not cleaning these windows.
How inviting does this bedroom feel?
Or that tub?
The view from a balcony.
Oh count me in!
Would I still be allowed to watch dumb movies like “Hot Rod” and “Step Brothers” in a theater this nice?
That pool we mentioned.
Imagine being here at night.
So now you've seen rich. Honestly, while most of us will never be able to have a $7.2 million home, this one feels like a bargain.
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