Two news stations have already had the pleasure of taking a grand tour of this magnificent property. First it was CBS and now CNBC has taken their cameras in for an inside look. Here is CNBC’s tour of the $68,000,000, 30,000 square foot estate (above). The 6-acre property is located at 1 Frick Drive in Alpine ,NJ.

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  • george

    The news woman said that Kurtz bought the property for 58 million. Not entirely true, the Frick estate was over 60 acres and included a very nice colonial, the colonial on an undisclosed sized plot of land is for sale for 47 million dollars. The six acres is on ten percent of the estate. I don’t know the true value of the original house, but even if it were nothing, ten percent of the 58 million is 5.8 million not the 18 million that was claimed. People watch news shows assuming what they are being told is true and correct, not hog wash.




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    • Kenny Forder

      The land that the NEW estate is on is valued at $18 million. Also, the original house is on the market for $58 million.

      Also, Maria Bartiromo got 2 things wrong. She said it has 19 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, which is wrong. It’s 19 BATHROOMS and 12 bedrooms. Also, she said Kurtz purchased the Frick estate 2 years ago. He bought it in 2006 not 2008.




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      • Marcus

        The old colonial home is on lot 4 a 27.660 acre lot – almost half the original estate – plus it is the lot that has the lake on it. (I would have demolished the old house and build the new one here overlooking the lake)

        The new home is on lot 1 a 5.014 acre lot – not 6 like the news lady said. The same broker that has the new home has lot 2 a 5.306 acre lot listed at 16.75M and lot 7 a 1.890 acre lot listed at 5.2M so the land value for the new house would be around 14-16M.

        If you use the same value per acre the old estate would be around 75 – 85M but it is listed at only 57M so they are sure asking for a much higher price on the new lots.




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        • george

          GUYS, the original sale, in a much stronger market, reflects a value of 1 million an acre assuming a 0 value for the colonial. Now in a MUCH weaker market we are willing to believe the land value has grown 3 fold just because a man in a video says so.




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  • j

    This has nothing to do with this home, but i heard that theresa guidice of the real housewives went bankrupt and her home was in foreclosure. Do you have any info on her home?




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  • j

    Also, have any other homes started construction in the estates of alpine?




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    • Kenny Forder

      nope, not yet




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  • Chance

    Very nice property, the land is valued at $18 million and they want $68 million for the property, meaning they value the house at $50 million, and I definitely don’t think it’s worth that, even at 30,000 square feet plus.




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  • I also heard that a certain athelete maybe interested in the property who may or maynot becoming to New york. I also noticed when that comment was said the video was showing the indoor Basketball Ct ?? (Lebron James) ??

    I hope Lebron is not that dumb after he dropped nearly 10-15 million for a mega mansion in Akron Ohio worth about 4 million (just my thought)




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  • Stewie

    It’ll eventually sell for around 30 million. That’s my prediction




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    • george

      And that will be in the year 2034.




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  • Kyle

    That home IMO is not worth anything close to $50 million (assuming the home is being valued at $50 million, with $18 million for the land).




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  • Missy

    These bonehead reporters–it was NOT the estate of Henry Clay Frick, rather, the estate of Henry Clay Frick II. It’s an important distinction.

    It’s a tragedy that the original marble mantelpieces were removed from the original home before it was offered for sale (at $28,000 for 13,000 SF and 14 acres). The greenhouses were also removed.

    I think this property is overvalued.




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