I did a post on this home back in July when I went to the open house. The interior wasn’t completed at the time  so there weren’t a lot of pictures. The home is situated on over thirteen rolling private acres and is right next to one of the most prestigious Golf Clubs in New Jersey, Hamilton Farm. It was built by Equus Properties, LLC and is located at 2030 Larger Cross Road in Bedminster, NJ. It boasts over 8,300 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 6 full and 1 half bathrooms. The most impressive feature by far is the massive 2-stoyr domed foyer. The pictures do not do it justice. The front door alone is huge. To give you a perspective, I came up to less than half of the length of the door when standing next to it. It is listed at $4,989,000, which is a steal in my opinion.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

This incomparable custom home is situated on over thirteen rolling, private acres and is overlooking one of the most prestigious Golf Clubs, Hamilton Farm.With over 8300 square feet of living space in the main house, only the finest of features of quality and craftsmanship have been implemented and built by the master builders Paul Rawson & Jon Rocker of Equus Properties, LLC. The exterior highlights include four sided brick veneer with authentic cast stone detailing, a GAF Certainteed Grande Manor Shangle roof system with copper valleys, bronze gutters and downspouts, Jeldwen Pozzi windows and French patio doors, Italian porcelain patio, plus breathtaking front and rear landscaping.The interior of this residence accommodates six bedrooms, six full baths and one half bath, six masonry fireplaces, American cherry library cabinetry with matching raised paneling and box beam ceiling, classic colonial trim and millwork throughout, oversized hardwood and limestone flooring, radiant flooring, a three-stop elevator, and a tenand half-foot ceiling in the walkout basement are just a few of the exceptional amenities.The chef’s gourmet kitchen is designed by Leonardis Kitchens of Morristown, NJ and includes a Wolf cook top & Thermador double ovens, two Miele dishwashers, Sub Zero Refrigerator & Freezer and a Wolf microwave drawer.Located in the Bedminster Hunt Country this property offers access to equestrian trails and is across from a nature preserve.You must call Jackie for more details.

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  • Siobhan

    So airy and bright! Love it.




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    • Kenny Forder

      It definitely was airy and bright walking through it! The floor plan is excellent.




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      • Siobhan

        I’m a little obsessed with the layout of high-traffic areas, like the back hallway/kitchen/mudroom/pantry/laundry areas. The door to the garage looks a little tight. If I’m walking in with bags of groceries and a dog on a leash, that’s kind of a narrow space to navigate.

        Did you see that part in person?




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        • Kenny Forder

          Me too! haha. Yup, it definitely wasn’t as narrow as it looks. Pictures can be deceiving!




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  • Daniel

    Ehh. Landscaping would be nice in a $5 million home. Overall, the interior isn’t bad. I do like the bar. The one thing I cannot stand is the entrance foyer staircase. What the hell were they thinking? Extremely poor planning; why would you have the staircase encroach on the frame like that? And why would you have the crown molding end on the third step? Either make the room bigger to accommodate a FULL staircase or make the entrance to the dining room smaller. AND to top it off the staircase goes over the floor into the dining room. The whole thing looks like a giant mistake.




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    • Daniel

      Oh, and they forgot to put glass in the master bath shower. I don’t exactly do the dance of the seven veils in my shower, but there is no way the water would not be pooling behind the shower and on the floor…great way to break your neck.




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  • Grrrowler

    Daniel beat me to the thoughts I had. Mine are identical to what he wrote. That main staircase looks completely wonky, like someone misread the plans. As a design feature (if that’s what it was), it’s a major fail. The landscaping is minimalist to the point of being nonexistent. Would it kill the builder to put a few shrubs and ornamental plants around the house so it doesn’t look like it’s sitting on one of the golf course’s greens?




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