This newly listed gated mansion is located at the end of Laura Drive in Cedar Grove, NJ. It boasts 25,000 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 9 full and 4 half bathrooms, double bridal staircase, bar area, home theater, gym, sauna, 2 bedroom guest suite, swimming pool , pool house, koi pond, tennis court, 4-car garage with room for a limousine and much more. It is listed at $18,000,000.

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  • kieran

    I remember this house was forsale when I first got into Luxury American Real estate 5 or 6yrs ago! …Quick turn over. I think it was $10mil at that time.
    So cool to see other photos of it, There was always just one to three photos of it in Unique homes.




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    • Daniel

      OMG me too! I was thinking to myself that home looks awfully familiar. Didn’t like it then, hate it even more now.




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  • Daniel

    Ew. Talk about a cheap remodel. Love how the listing says it was built in the 1990s *and* the 2000s. I’d guess this home was built around 1992-1994. Some features are extremely dated. Outside, the massive wood front door looks odd and the columns look like an afterthought. The interior is forgettable and mixes and matches different architectural styles; I see Mediterranean, Neoclassical, Contemporary and most obviously Nouveau Riche. The kitchen is a complete joke and looks like it came from Home Depot – at an 80% ‘open box’ discount. Completely disconnected from the architecture. The theater is the only aspect of this home I find tolerable.

    EIGHTEEN MILLION SMACKAROOS! HA!




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  • jt

    wasn’t this home listen on zillow for the longest time at $30mil?




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  • Nalin

    the house exterior is amazing, but the interior seems to be a let down




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  • Grrrowler

    I just hate it. It’s completely hideous. Every room is worse than the last. The theater seats look like they came out of a 1980’s Cadillac. I can’t imagine paying $18 million for this. At least the tower at the north end makes sense; it’s so occupants can throw themselves out of it to escape this nightmare.




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    • John L.

      That is so funny!!




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  • George

    The next most expensive house in this town ia 1.3 mil.




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  • Mark

    Sorry but this is one ugly and tacky house. Very gaudy and overdone. Typcial for that area. Crazy price tag to match, think we will be seeing it for sale for a long time.




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  • Venom

    I don’t like it.
    I don’t like it at all.




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  • Nightmoves

    It was on the market for $22M per virtual globetrotting, which cites HOTR.

    http://homesoftherich.net/2008/10/cedar-grove-nj-mansion.html




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  • Oliver

    Okay so the exterior is not bad.. nothing exciting but not bad.. the tower is kind of cool, nice pool, that’s about it. Even the 10ft back patio that runs along the house looks dumb and pointless.. the interior as Grrrowler stated just gets worse and worse with every room. Individually they’re not HORRIBLE but when you put them all together it looks like a clusterfuck of ugly styles. I would never even think to pay 18m for this house… Leave it up to someone from NJ to build a 3 million dollar house and somehow end up spending 10x that…




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  • mattc

    I continue to not understand why wealthy folks shove huge homes on postage stamp sized lots. In this case, the public street culdesac comes within feet of the pool and side yard. The few trees planted along the roadside won’t help create the illusion of privacy there. If you have the flow to build a 25,000
    square feet home… spend some extra and put it on some nice acreage somewhere instead of in a subdivision !




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  • Mak

    I keep thinking of Tony Soprano when I see this kind of house.




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  • JC

    I live in this town its primaryly a middle class area with and estate section with homes that range from 800k to 5mill within the estate section seller will never get 18 mill its overpriced for area..




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