Take A Tour Through NJ’s Most Expensive Home
You know something is going to be expensive when the real estate listing shows up on Sotheby's.
Located just 8 miles from Manhattan, in one of the country's wealthiest zip codes, a house in Alpine, NJ can lay claim to the most expensive home for sale in New Jersey!
Before we take the tour, check out these specs:
- over 30,000 square feet of luxurious living space
- a ballroom
- a martini parlor
- his and her libraries
- formal living room
- formal dining room
- north and south art galleries
- wine tasting room
- 12 bedroom suites
- rare woods, stone, marble, and 12' high ceilings throughout
- elevator to all levels
- pool house with kitchen
- 65' saltwater gunite pool
- tennis court
- heated driveway
- gated motor court
- fire suppression system
- advanced security system
- smart house technology
Well damn! A martini room AND a wine room? Why not convert one of your twelve bedroom suites into a rum room or a whiskey room or a sangria room? I'm curious about the distinction between "his and her libraries" - do you separate the books by the gender of the author? How nice would it be to invite someone over to show off your art collection and say "let's start with the Southern Gallery, then work our way to the Northern."? Hell, I'd be interested in just seeing what size generator you would need to keep the power on for a place like this.
Anyway, let's take a look inside!
When I was house-shopping, there were a few times I got bummed when I'd see some listing that was way out of my price range...but in this case, it's such a ludicrous price that it doesn't even bother me. The level of opulence is so beyond my comfort level, it's not like I even sit around wishing I could afford a house that costs $32,900,000.