This beautiful home is located at 3 Wright Lane in Mendham, NJ. It was designed by Jeffrey Beer of the renowned Beer & Coleman Architects and Associates LLC and was built by BDS Construction Group in 2001. The home is situated on 5.12 acres and boasts 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, library, conservatory, 2-story great room with wet bar, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, in-law suite with 2nd kitchen, billiards room, recreation room, wine cellar, patio, swimming pool with spa and a 4-car attached garage. It is listed at $3,225,000.

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  • Nalin

    very classic style and good price. nice




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  • Daniel

    I don’t mind the exterior. Interior needs help in some rooms, especially the two-story living room. I think the staircase is very odd and too bold…why does it have that stage? Price is reasonable.




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  • Siobhan

    And…. I’M BACK! Snarky comments coming your way, by popular request.




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  • Siobhan

    Hey, the early ’90s called and want their green shutters back.




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  • Siobhan

    That stage at the base of the stairs will be a great place for me to launch my presidential campaign.




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    • Venom

      ROFL, I was staring at the photo wondering what the hell was the point of the stage on the staircase and what you could possibly do with it.




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  • Siobhan

    This bathtub is where I go when I want to stub my toes in the middle of the night.




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  • Matt

    @siobhan is that really necessary….

    this home is stunning on the outside and agreed needs some work on the inside..i love the french feeling of the outside…and i LOVE Mendham 🙂




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  • Iemand

    Yep, exterior is nice, but interior needs some attention. But I do like the study/library.




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  • Tamara

    I think Siobhan was just having some fun! Some of the comments I’ve read in the past have really been snooooty so that was tame in my opinion. The house is a little presidential and the shutters would look better in another color but overall its a lovely home.




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    • Siobhan

      (True.)




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  • Venom

    I like it, but the first thing I would have to do is rip out that staircase and put something else in.




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    • Siobhan

      OOH! Like what?!?




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  • Danny

    Love the exterior, like the interior, but agree that the weird staircase platform thingy has to go. Easily fixable though.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Okay, I agree with the general consensus that the exterior is lovely. The interior does indeed need help, everything is WHITE and a couple areas look dated. After looking at the floor plans, I have several nitpicky problems with various things.

    – I sincerely hope the second powder room off the kitchen does have a sink and that the floor plan accidentally omitted it, because that would be a stupid design otherwise.
    – The closet in the first floor guest room looks like an extreme after-thought.
    – The wet bar in the great room is oddly placed and pointless when the kitchen is located so close-by
    – I equate “conservatory” with “sunroom”, that’s what most people use them as, and I don’t think a sunroom (or conservatory or whatever you want to call it) should have less than three walls of windows. The placement of this home’s conservatory prohibits that, so you won’t be getting direct sunlight for a very big portion of the day.
    – I don’t like kitchens that don’t have any windows
    – The master bedroom should NEVER NEVER NEVER share a wall with a secondary bedroom. Maybe with the bathroom or closet of a secondary bedroom, but never the actual bedroom.
    – The extra door between the second floor hallway and the “in-law suites” is completely pointless
    – The only access to the attic level (which looks to be more than just an unfinished crawlspace judging by the size of the windows up there) is through a bedroom??
    – Since all bedrooms have private access to bathrooms, the extra door from bedroom 3’s bathroom to the hall is stupid.

    *sigh*

    I guess I’m saying I love the exterior but the floor plan is just stupid.




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    • Iemand

      I agree with some/most points. But why shouldnt a master bedroom share a wall with another bedroom? Because of “noises” :D, because that can happen in any bedroom…




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      • NOVA Ben

        haha I knew someone would make that joke/comment. While that is indeed a good reason, I was thinking more in the opposite direction…noise from the kid’s room going through to the master. I guess I always envision the ideal master suite as being isolated from other rooms as much as possible. While I realize this is indeed a luxury, one that not everyone might value, I just feel that it’s good to at least have a buffer zone there, for the sake of noises going in either direction.

        Or maybe just because it’s uncommon to see the master bedroom border another bedroom like this…I look at a lot of floor plans and you just don’t see this that often. I could be wrong though




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