This home is owned by Todd Christie, the brother of NJ Governor Chris Christie. Todd earned more than $60 million when his stock specialist firm was bought by the investment bank Goldman Sachs in 2000. His home is located at 520 Bernardsville Road in Mendham, NJ. It sits on 4.65 acres of land and boasts 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, country kitchen with breakfast room, sun room, a swimming pool, large pool house, and more. It was originally listed at $5,900,000 and can now be yours for $5,600,000.

* Thanks to reader Matt for the tip

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  • Stewie

    The house is beautiful but the walls in the entrance hall are painted in the ugliest color I have ever seen!




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    • Marcus

      The walls are not painted. Its hard to tell in the picture above but the broker has a PDF file that shows it is wallpaper and yes it is ugly wallpaper. I do like the house and you could always paint the foyer a different color.




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  • Chance

    Is it just me or is that a lot of contrasting and conflicting colors?




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  • Matt

    Thank you for mentioning me! haha. I love this house, such a true and gorgeous property in Mendham




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  • Supinder
    • Chance

      Yea that home was being built like 3 years ago, I’m sure anyone who follows this blog knows all about it, it’s a ridiculous place.




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      • Stewie

        Yeh man, I’m sure the regular readers of this blog will know all about it. It’s still amazing though, but I mean seriously, it shouldn’t even qualify as a house. It’s like a whole apartment complex that’s for the guys entire family to live in, which coincidentally is also the richest family in India if I’m not mistaken. The disgusting thing about that is that much of the population is still starving in India and don’t have access to clean drinking water, and there are slums that are really unheard of in the Western world. Why build a 1 billion apartment complex just for yourself in such an environment? That is just plain selfish, especially given the mass poverty in the country that still exists.




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  • This is really a gorgeous home to live in. I love the sun room coz it looks refreshing. @Supinder: Yes, I have seen it and it is 550 ft high. WOW!




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  • Greg

    I can’t believe how cheap it’s going for. I actually worked on this house from beginning to end so i know how much it was built for. He is losing out on about 10 million… Ouch.




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