You remember him? Jayson Williams, a former NBA player who used to play for the Nets, pled guilty to assault in the shooting death of a limousine driver at his then mansion. The home, which is located at 143 Woolf Rod in Milford, NJ, was sold by Williams in November of 2005 for $8 million. The home then went under an extensive renovation in 2006 by it’s current owner and has hit the market for $12,500,000 for 296 acres, $10,500,000 for 173 acres, or $7,900,000 for 57 acres. The home, which used to be called the “Who Knew?” estate, is now dubbed  “Hidden Meadow Estate”.  It boasts 15,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms suites, 8 full baths & 4 half baths, gourmet kitchn, 7 fireplaces, wood paneled library, family room with fireplace, bar & adjoining billiards room, card room, home theater, wine cellar,  a swimming pool, bocce ball court, barn with 10 horse stalls, and a possible indoor riding arena or an enormous garage.

The home was built in 1997 by Jayson and his father and consisted of 27,000 square feet. I’m pretty sure the new owner knocked out the indoor basketball court and that is why it’s only 15,000 square feet now. So, what are your thoughts??

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  • Grrrowler

    To my eye it looks like a mid-level hotel/motel on the outside, especially the front facade with that porte-cochere. The only thing missing is the airport shuttle van parked there. The rear elevation is more impressive, but continues the hotel theme. On all levels, the faux-Georgian exterior doesn’t work for me.

    As for the interior…well, my mother always said that if I can’t say anything nice then don’t say anything at all. That being said…




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    • Venom

      Yeah, I got nothing to say either. lol




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  • Al Robinson

    I don’t know why, but this home reminds me a lot of Matt Geiger’s Tarpon Springs, FL mansion. Both homes were built by middle of the road NBA players who in some instances are more known for the homes they built than their playing careers. I think that Matt Geiger’s home (which is very similar in square footage) is better on both the interior and exterior than Jayson Williams’s. Grrrowler is right, Williams’s does look like a hotel. It just is lacking the pizzaz that it should have, especially for its size.

    Matt’s listing:
    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3385-Old-Keystone-Rd_Tarpon-Springs_FL_34688_1114039543




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  • Nick

    This home, which used to be called the “Who Knew?” estate, is ugly as hell.




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