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New Jersey equestrian estate for sale for $US35m

nj2A 127-acre New Jersey equestrian estate with a 20,000 square foot house has gone on the market for $US35 million.

The property, in Colts Neck, is believed to be the priciest house currently for sale in the state.

The nine-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is being marketed by Pamela Molloy, with Coldwell Banker Previews International.

Equestrian amenities include two barns, a renovated 50-foot silo, and four paddocks totaling 14 acres of pasture grass and new fencing. Fresh hay is harvested on the grounds yearly.

A two-family caretaker’s house on the property includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is also a three-room office with full bathroom and a 100-foot plus out-building with a workshop and room for equipment storage.

nj-propertyThere are said to be acres of riding trails within the property.

The house is currently occupied by developer Morris Flancbaum, of Colts Neck Associates, who had the four-level home built in 2011.

Patio areas cover 22,000 square feet parking areas cover 18,000 square feet.

The home features nine bedrooms, including a master suite and four bedroom suites. The master suite includes a custom gas fireplace, a morning bar, his and hers closets, and gentleman’s and lady’s offices that each lead through French doors on to a balcony.

The professional gourmet restaurant kitchen can serve more than 250 people. Amenities include a walk-in refrigerator and two fast-cycle commercial dishwashers..

new-jersey-propertyThe property also boasts a gym, hairdresser’s station area, a theater room with platform seating, and an elevator. There are two separate two-car garages and porte-cochere parking, as well.

The grounds feature a six-acre stream-fed lake that is home to bass and a variety of birds. In addition there is a half-acre fenced-in irrigated garden. An elaborate salt water in-ground, heated swimming pool includes three fountains, a waterfall, laminar jets, multi-colored LED lighting, and spa.

Molloy said: “Morris Flancbaum is known for some of the finest luxury home communities in Monmouth County, and he brought that level of detail and more to the construction of his personal residence,” said Molloy. “This is a breathtaking home.”

The house is within commuting distance of New York City.

The property listing can be viewed here.

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  1. Jess says:

    35 Million and there’s plastic hanging down on the ceiling in the barn? What is that about? And why no Indoor Arena? A true equestrian estate in the North East has an indoor arena so you can enjoy your horses year round. No doubt the price is justified by the house but this is not built by a horse person.

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