Here's Why This New Jersey Mansion Is Worth Its $39.9 Million Price Tag

By on March 5, 2018 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Live in New Jersey's lap of luxury at 18 Frick Drive. Located only eight miles from Manhattan, this opulent 30,000-square-foot estate is located behind a private gate and stonewall perimeter in Alpine. The cost? $39.9 million – making this the most pricey home currently up for grabs in New Jersey.

If that seems too rich for your blood, consider this: Stone Mansion has been on and off the market for eight years and has seen numerous price cuts. It was initially listed for $68 million in 2010 by owner Richard Kurtz, chief executive of real estate investment company Kamson Corp. See, doesn't that make $39.9 million sound like a sweet discount?

The four-story, 30,000-square-foot residence has 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Impressive features include 30-foot arched ceilings in the study, home theater, spa/fitness center, indoor professional basketball, 3,200-bottle wine cellar with thumb-print identification, and even a sports lounge with a bar that can serve beer on tap.

On the property's six acres are lavish gardens, tennis court, 65-foot saltwater pool, Jacuzzi, and pool house. There is also a staff quarters and a motor court with enough garage space for 11 cars.

Take a virtual tour of the grand home:

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