This waterfront mansion is located at 452 Navesink River Road in Middletown, NJ and is situated on 2.3 acres. It was designed by Robert W. Adler & Associates, Architects and built in 1999 by Socha Builders. It features 5 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double staircase, large reception rooms, game room, gym, 3-car garage, covered boat dock, boat lift and more. It is listed at $8,950,000.

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  • Daniel

    Goodness. What a terribly busy home. Feel like I need to rest my eyes after looking at the foyer and the rear of the home.




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  • scabbitt

    well this just shows that money does not buy class or taste




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s clearly not a good thing when all I can is shake my head while looking at the pics.




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    • NOVA Ben

      My head was perfectly still, but I was scratching it.




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  • Gerald

    This is a beautiful house… I’ll just have to change the furniture but that’s it… it has a lot of potential and the price is totally worth it!




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  • Hunter

    I like it. You can always change the furniture if you don’t like it. I’d rather have a “busy” home than a boring, bland home. Ugh. Can’t stand those kind. Makes me wonder if the people living in them have any personality. Love the back and all the balcony’s. I’ve shown this home on this site to 8 different people, and they all liked it too. The only one’s who don’t are the Negative Nancy’s on this site. If feel sorry for you and the negativity of your posters. Wish you could get some positive people to frequent your site!!




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    • Daniel

      Oh please, if you think the checkerboard flooring, 2nd floor wallpaper and the red carpeting on the stairs ALL in the same focal point is a good thing, then I’d rather have all the critics point it out.




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  • Chris

    Wrong in so many ways.




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  • Shelia

    This house is beautiful. For yhose negative people, if all houses look the same it would be boring.




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