Here’s a look inside a couple’s New Jersey mansion. Owned by Howard and Nancy Brown, this 12,000 square foot home is located at 126 Truman Drive in the Tamcrest Estates neighborhood in Cresskill, NJ. Howard is a successful businessman who started 2 office supply companies. The interior design was done by Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc. The homes in the neighborhood are generally worth between $3.5 and $7 million

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  • Hugh

    Great rear exterior




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  • AXGinLAX

    Sorry, but their master bedroom looks like a bad Las Vegas hotel.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Haha, it’s not THAT bad. I do love the ceiling though.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. The furniture is too big for the living room, and the details don’t look incredibly refined. I hate how there isn’t any significant landscaping blocking out the neighbors’ homes.




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  • Grrrowler

    I really dislike the front facade. It reminds me of a suburban London footballer’s house. The rear facade is at least a little better. The interior is nice, but nice for a magazine. It doesn’t look all that comfortable for living in. Other than the art, which is all too much the same style, it doesn’t look the least bit personal; it looks like it’s been staged by a realtor. It’s managed to be both impersonal and stuffy at the same time. It’s so impersonal that I can’t help but wonder if the picture frames on some of the tables hold photos that came with them. I’m with AXG in that I hate the master bedroom. It does look like a cold impersonal hotel room, right down to the terrible bedspread and the diffuser vents in the ceiling.

    This is much more my style (from one of my favorite designers): http://www.todhunterearle.com/interior-design.php?page=chateaux




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is entirely formulaic and without much architectural merit. My gripes were already voiced above, especially in regards to the master bedroom. There is literally nothing interesting about this pile of bricks. Congratulations, you own a larger than average home in New Jersey. Moving on…




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