This newly built home is located at 115 Bluff Road in Fort Lee, NJ. While the exterior might not meet everyone’s taste, you can’t deny that the quality of the interior is superb for a home in this price range! It boasts 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with beautiful wrought iron staircase, hardwood and white marble floors, crown molding throughout, 2-story great room with wrought iron banister, modern gourmet kitchen, recreation room, gym with sauna and steam room, home theater, large patio, stereo/intercom systems, security cameras and a 2-car garage. It is listed at $2,445,000.

  • Hugh

    That mailbox looks like a fake waterfall.
    The exterior is a bit busy, but the interior is quite nice.

    Biggest issue is the lack of outdoor space.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yeah, it’s a big home situated on a small lot.




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  • John

    Nice body, shame about the face!




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  • Grrrowler

    Such a comedown from the previous Robert A.M. Stern house. There are so many issues with scale an proportion, both inside and out, and the interior is trying way too hard. There are so many extraneous design elements on the outside that serve to make it less harmonious, not more so. The interior suffers from the same thing, but is at least slightly more cohesive. Between the two things I dislike the most, I can’t decide what’s worse: the weird mashup of styles in the kitchen, or the tacky-looking Home Depot garage door.




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    • Kenny Forder

      definitely the weird mashup of styles in the kitchen! What a shame. It’s way too modern looking and doesn’t go along with the ornate details in the other rooms of the house.




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  • Tay

    Mob Wives comes to mind..




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    • Kenny Forder

      Haha yeah, it does resemble some homes on Staten Island.




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  • Jason

    possibly one of the worst McMansions I’ve seen out of New Jersey. this French Empire wannabe of a mess is so wrong I don’t even know where to start. did the builder/architect really think those skinny little columns and overly tall entrance was appealling? the same goes for the overuse of detail to try and create an opulent feel. this home would be a perfect candidate for a tastless Real Housewife of NJ. and I’m sorry to the posters who actually like the interior details and spaces- but did you not just see what masterful and tasteful design is supposed to look like in the Robert Stern house? I can’t fathom anyone would not see the different level of refinement and understand the difference.




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  • lambskin

    The 2nd floor balconies overlook what?! Totally unecessary. The outside is a diaster(check out the lanterns over the garage and side door-looks like one is missing on the left), the awful pillars, the weird mish-mash of windows and roofline and stone water feature. Enough of the checkered marble floor-the kitchen is already ugly.




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  • Daniel

    They went overboard with the two-story elements everywhere. Exterior is pretty ugly with the capped roof tops.




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  • JD

    gross




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  • NOVA Ben

    Large homes on small, narrow lots always make for awkward propositions, but this one takes that already substantial handicap and just puts it through the roof. Too many styles, way too busy everywhere, and all of it seems to be for the express purpose of trying to make people think it’s something it’s not.




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  • Laquayva

    It’s different and unique. I actually quite like it except I think the kitchen is horrible. <—It's way too contemporary. But I have an artistic eye, so my imagination views things differently. Gut the kitchen and put in on a larger piece of land and it'll be perfect.




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  • PS1

    The usual exaggerated, first-generation-with-money NJ tackiness, and, yes, I’m from NJ.




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