The 15 most expensive homes on the market

The 15 most expensive homes on the market

20 Mayıs 2018 - 02:00

Want to go for a swim in an Olympic-size pool, play a game of full-court basketball or choose a bottle of wine from a giant collection? You probably have to leave your home.

But for those with "I can pay over $100,000 annually in property taxes" type of money, they simply might press a button on their elevator and be diving into that pool in a moment's notice. Just look to the 15 most expensive homes on the market in New Jersey to see what the good life can offer.

These homes are the apex of the state's housing stock. They come in the form of a 35,384-square-foot home atop a 6-acre knoll or an 18,000-square-foot waterfront home, and often ring in at 50 times more than the median home value in the Garden State ($313,560).

Here are the 15 most expensive homes on the market in New Jersey and all that comes with that giant price tag.

(All photos courtesy of Trulia)

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15. 110 Norwood Ave., Elberon ($12.7M)

Built in 2000 on more than 3 acres, this 14,110-square-foot home, which has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, is inspired by the famed 16th century Italian architect Andrea Palladio. The listing describes the grand 60-foot marble entrance, which has a double staircase, 35-foot ceilings and a "unique hexagon shaped atrium," as "reminiscent of an Italian Palladian Villa."

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According to the listing, other highlights of the home include a 35-foot dining room, a two-story library, a media room, a private patio with a walkway that leads to a picturesque Olympic-sized pool and a state-of-the-art kitchen.

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The home has been on the market since October 2017.

Property taxes for the home were $90,794 in 2017.

Zillow does not list the median home value of Elberon, an unincorporated community in Monmouth County.

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14. 818 Linden Lane, Brielle ($12.85M)

In Brielle, this 31,281-square-foot home features nine bedrooms and 17 bathrooms, while sitting on a private plot of nearly 3 acres overlooking the Manasquan River. On the market for $12.85 million, the home is known by the Latin phrase "Sui Generis," which means "of its own kind; in a class by itself; unique."


Kaynak:Nj.com

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