This newly listed Colonial style mansion is located at 4 Stone Tower Drive in Alpine, NJ in the ritzy Rio Vista section. Situated on 4 gated, landscaped acres, the home was designed by architect James Paragano (he also designed the Stone Mansion) and built in 2000. It features approximately 22,782 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 7 main reception rooms, elevator, gourmet kitchen, 2 breakfast room, 12-seat home theater, 2-lane bowling alley, game room, 7-car garage and more. The grounds features a 4-room guest house with 2-car garage accessed by service driveway, a swimming pool with spa, pool house, putting green and a tennis court. It was last on the market for $25,000,000 back in July of 2008. It is now listed at $18,500,000. I think this is a really great deal. It’s a large, beautiful home on a DOUBLE Lot, which is rare.

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  • Daniel

    Looks nice inside and out. Wish the pictures were better. I like how the living and dining room windows have the recesses for the treatments…La Reverie has the same thing <3




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yes! Great feature 🙂




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  • Tay

    That is not an 18 million dollar kitchen lol. Needs a few renovations, but overall looks very nice.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed. I don’t like the lacquer cabinets either.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I was getting ready to start slamming this place, but I realized that it was only the kitchen I really had a problem with. It certainly does not befit an $18 million home. The rest is quite nice overall, although the office could use more variation in color/texture. Not bad.




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  • Chris

    very nice overall




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  • Grrrowler

    For the most part I think it’s lovely. The kitchen is a big disappointment, but maybe the owners have a fabulous chef who is really messy; it looks like that kitchen can just be hosed down to get ready for the next meal. The interior is a little too restrained for my tastes, to the point that it’s somewhat boring, but it’s a great start. Some additional artwork and a few more personal items would go a long way.




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    • george

      in Saddle River NJ mama cooks pasta for the family, in Alpine NJ the housekeeper orders Chinese take out for the family.




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  • matt

    Oh lovely alpine, NJ. Love that town!




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  • Hugh

    Maybe the perfect NJ property.
    Love the 4 acres




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  • marc22

    An A all around. Nicely done.




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  • rob

    It looks very nice. Nothing jumps out at me. Overall a nice little estate.




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  • Last Man Standing

    At first I thought it sucked….then, I gave it a chance. The video helped. The more I looked at it, the place has good bones. I like the windows (placement, shape, and view) and the exterior is very nice. It was the design elements that threw me off initially.
    Plastic cabinets? Really? Call it what you want but that’s what they look like. The mirror surround on the bedroom fireplace was also an immediate sour note.
    But it was the office that really got me. For many people the kitchen is the make or break part of the house but for me it has always been the library/office. I love wood. But what they did there looked like plywood. I almost never call for wood to be covered but that room is a travesty.
    Looking it back over, yes it actually is a nice house with nice grounds, but there needs to be some serious intervention on some of the spaces.




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  • ted

    love the brushed nickel door hardware. great house! one of my favorites in new jersey. and awesome location. the kitchen is a bit disappointing though.




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