This 14,000 square foot grand manor belongs to trial attorney Marc Saperstein. He built the home and now has it on the market for a cool $16,500,000, up from $15,975,000 just a few months ago. I also found out that the home was designed by renowned architect John Henry. The home is featured on the May 2009 cover of Unique Homes, which I just purchased. Marc co-owns Davis, Saperstein, and Salomon, P.C, which is one of the largest and most successful plaintiffs’ personal injury law firms in New Jersey. Marc stated that he wanted “something totally unique” and architect John Henry gave that to him. The home has eight different architectural styles on the roof and the home was built to look like a home that has been there for a 100 years. One of the best features of the house is the wine cellar with tasting room. 200 year-old French limestone, Italian limestone plaster and a groin-vaulted ceiling all comet together to make an exceptional space. Broker Dennis McCormack says that with the home’s amazing sunset views and large terrace, it is exceptionally price considering recent transactions.

  • Anonymous

    A house built by scum with blood money.
    Nice house though.
    I try to be good in life so I don’t have to spend eternity around attorneys….




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  • Joy

    The scum comment was very mean and unnecessary. Where did that come from? Do you know him? Practice Kindness!

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    Hi Kenny,

    Keep up the good work:-)




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  • John

    Gosh that house is awsome. I have to say to I enjoy this site! I can spend hours on here just looking and reading about all these mansions and affluent neighborhoods. You really did your home work on this stuff keep up the good work!




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    • admin

      yeah, that is one of my favorite homes. Thanks! I’m glad you like it.




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  • John

    Your welcome! I also wanted to say I have an aunt who lives in Honolulu Hawaii I think that is an area you didnt check out yet ,anyway there is a couple of very rich areas near Honolulu called Kahala, and another area called Blackpoint you can find very exspensive oceanfront mansions there years back rich Japanese billionares wanted to have some of the homes there that they offered many millions of dollars for the homes and the owners just took the money and left!




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  • John Henry AIA

    You can see more photos of this house at: http://www.dreamhomedesignusa.com/Castles.htm




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