Yet another multi-million dollar mansion has hit the North Jersey real estate market. This one, which is located 2 homes away from the $14.5 million Cresskill mansion, is on the market for a whopping $14.9 million. Funny, huh? The two homes are only a couple hundred of feet from each other, yet they are located in two different towns. The gated estate, which is located on Vaccaro Road, sits on 2.7 acres that boasts a private pond and swimming pool. The mansion has 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 7 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, wood paneled library, formal living and dining rooms, family room with wet bar, indoor/outdoor veranda, cabana and full outdoor kitchen, home theater, and a 2-lane bowling. What do you guys think? I have to say, I’m a little disappointed with the interior. Oh and I smell competition, don’t you?…..Two $14 million mansions, that are located right next to each other, hit the market in less than 3 weeks. I can’t wait to see which one sells first!

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  • Stewie

    Alpine seems the place to be. Love this place, beautiful. It even has its own bowling alley. I preferred the French estate slightly to this one, but they’re both great




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  • george

    Question, how much does one address effect vaue vs. the other?




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    • george

      I ment value.




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      • Stewie

        You mean as in Cresskill or Alpine? I don’t think that much because they’re both practically in the same area, which is very wealthy. But generally real estate is all about location. So it makes a huge difference if it’s in this part of New Jersey or another, less well off one




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        • Andrew

          Actually in this case the address does matter. Alpine houses tend to be more expensive than Cresskill ones of similar quality because Alpine’s property taxes are substantially lower than Cresskill’s, in addition to the Alpine name carrying slightly more cachet than that of Cresskill. Essentially, you can either elect to pay more up front and less taxes in the long run for a house in Alpine or vice versa for a house in Cresskill. btw I only know this because my family is currently looking to move from Cresskill to Alpine.




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          • Andrew

            btw I might add that throughout the entire time I’ve lived in the area, I never knew that this house was officially in Alpine! (I always thought it was on the Cresskill side of the border)




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  • Sebastian

    I like the house overall.




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  • Marcus

    Is it just me or does the garage part look almost as big as the house itself?




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  • Chance

    To me this is one of the ugliest interior decorations jobs I’ve ever seen. It looks stereotypically bad, like someone wanted it to look that ugly.




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