Yet another pricey mansion has hit the market in Saddle River, NJ. This newly built 24-room stone mansion is located at 105 Chestnut Ridge Road and is situated on 4.5 flat acres. It features approximately 25,000 square feet of living space with a 2-story foyer with wraparound balcony, banquet sized reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms, indoor swimming pool with two 24 foot water features, 5 fireplaces, porte-cochere with courtyard parking, 4-car garage, massive terraces, lighted tennis court and more. It is listed at a hefty $19,000,000, making it the most expensive home currently for sale in Saddle River. There is no way this home is worth that much. I’m thinking $8-$9 million. What do you guys think?

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  • Daniel

    One of the coldest, most unwelcoming homes I’ve seen in a while. The owners must be allergic to landscaping. The living room with the swimming pool is convenient…I could drown myself in it without going outside.




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  • Mark

    Fit for the garden variety sociopath. Void of feeling, depth, love, warmth and kindness.




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  • Grrrowler

    Seriously? This is overpriced by about $18,000,000. There is nothing – not one single thing – that I like about this inside or out. This would be an ideal Northeast home for a despot with no sense of style or taste, but who wants to brag that he has the most expensive house in the neighborhood.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Dear. God.

    I have no words for this.




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  • BillyBob

    Ugly front. rear looks like a prison. inside ugly. destroy and try again..fail




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  • mak

    bwahahahha…it’s soooo mobster!




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    • NOVA Ben

      What, ugly and bloated?




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  • Brian

    Even the indoor pool looks uninviting and it goes downhill from there. It looks like it was builder-designed and decorated. So the spec builder (I’m assuming) saved a mil on design fees and they’ll lose 10 mil on the sale price. Maybe they will learn from the fiasco, unless bailed out by a marauding Russian millionaire (no billionaire will touch this mess).




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  • Joseph

    They are doing it wrong!

    This house is too spartan. It is sad considering the fact that it has so much potential. Landscaping would be nice.

    The interior of the house also appears to be in that weird style you see in British mansions.




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  • Chris

    The home has so much potential, but yet it fails.




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    • NOVA Ben

      It’s true, there’s so many different things you could do with the rubble.




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  • Thomas

    I went to this mansion in april and stayed there for 2 weeks. Please note that I’m not American, I come from France, in Europe. And I went there and stayed there for 2 weeks for an exchange program. The owners of this mansion were very kind and warm. You can criticize the mansion itself if you wish, but don’t criticize the owners, notice that they didn’t call a designer but designed it by themselves, that’s why it can’t please everyone. But personally I found it amazing. That mansion was built in order to imitate the french style of Versailles. And I don’t think they failed, it’s well designed, and I found it very welcoming, especially the pool with the pool bar which was very welcoming and fun for parties with water and light features and the sound system. We had a party in that pool with more than 50 other people and it was really fun. I really don’t get the point in your bad reviews. This house is very welcoming, just like its owners.




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  • Bernie Sushan

    great place for someone like AJ Khubani to move. It screams huge ego




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