This lovely shingle colonial mansion is located at 71 Hillside Avenue in Millburn Township, NJ and is situated on 2.12 acres. It was built in 2007 and boasts a charming interior with 15,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 4 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, 7 fireplaces throughout, cherry wood paneled library/office, 2 mud rooms, 2nd  floor bonus/billiards room with bar, gym, recreation room, art room with kitchenette, wine cellar and space for a home theater. Other features include a circular stone motor court, porte-cochere, 4-car garage, large patio with outdoor kitchen and a screened-in patio. It is listed at $6,350,000.

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  • Matt

    this home is stunning inside and out. beautiful architecture




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    • Kenny Forder

      I REALLY love the outside, especially the color of the shingles; reminds me of the Hamptons. However, I HATE that staircase!! It’s not grand enough.




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      • Matt

        the staircase is definitely not grand enough!




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  • george

    I think this is the most beautiful house in New Jersey.




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  • Daniel

    I like the interior a lot more than the exterior. The exterior just looks strange. Throw in the shingles, and it’s a total “blah.”




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  • lambskin

    Awesome kitchen. Is that a TV above the fridge? Underwhelmed by the foyer and the formal living room looks very small.




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  • Joejoe509

    OOOOOO… I REALLY like this home, Kenny! I think it’s elegant and understated. It’s a large home, but not over the top. My family could be really comfortable living here. Sure the staircase isn’t “grand”, but it’s beautiful in its own right. Everything about this house seems to lean toward function over form and I kind of like that. This house could stand up to the abuse that a family and/or kids cause.The exterior could use some pizzaz mainly just to break up the big, blank areas. Your eyes tend to glaze over because there’s not a lot going on here. It’s just too uniform, but a little color/material change here and there might help. I’m not especially fond of that large tower structure out front. Inside, the kitchen and the library/study are my favorite rooms.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think this is a lovely house, both inside and out. I like the shingle exterior, although it looks a little oppressive in the first picture; good lighting is everybody’s friend.

    Personally, I like the smaller foyer; I think that a foyer is actually more welcoming if it’s not the size of a shopping mall atrium. It may not impress the guests in the same way, but that wouldn’t be my goal anyway. I like the kitchen but I don’t like the breakfast bar being in the middle of the kitchen. Of course, the furnishings all need to go.




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    • Joejoe509

      Agreed. This is great size for a foyer. You want to impress your guests but not overwhelm them either.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like all of the exterior of this home…except the actual facade. The window placement is a little too random and I feel like there should be another material to offset the shingles. I do really like the interior though, as I’ve said about many other homes, it doesn’t really break any new ground, but looks eminently livable and comfortable. I especially like the kitchen and refreshingly understated foyer.

    The lot this home sits on looks decently private, but the situation of the home is a little strange. If you were to drive up what looks like the main part of the driveway, it actually sends you backwards through the porte cochere to the round driveway at the front of the home…veering off to the right is what takes you to the garages, and ultimately to a more traditional approach of the home. It’s a little odd to me, but it’s a minor gripe.




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