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  • Mak

    I can’t even…

  • Grrrowler

    A textbook example of an architectural and interior design “Don’t let this happen to you” moment.

  • Daniel

    Just goes to show that just because you have the biggest damn sofas in the neighborhood doesn’t mean your life is trouble free.

  • horselips

    I don’t understand the elevation – whether it’s meant to be inspired-by-something or a whole new style. Whatever, either way – epic fail. Inside, some rooms are great, the Foyer and especially the Master Bedroom, some blow chunks like the not-so-great Great Room and the homely Home-Office. Once again, a case of more money than brains.

  • Brian

    This is what happens when you derive architectural inspiration from a comic book. Perhaps Batman. But where is the Batcave?

  • vova

    Yikes. The only good thing about this place is the dining room. Everything else is typical Jersey trash. The best mansion I ever saw in New Jersey was this: http://homesoftherich.net/2012/12/the-39-million-gloria-crest-estate-in-englewood-nj/
    Compared to the Englewood mansion, this is a joke.

  • NotSoSnobby

    Typical Jersey Trash? It’s worth at least 3.5 million…that’s not TRASH in 98% of the U.S population’s book. Get over yourself Vova.

    • Vova

      Calm down. I’m just stating my opinion on this house. Personally, I think it’s an architectural disaster, inside and out. This is a website that’s meant to show architecture/design and where people can comment on it. I’m not sure what the problem is. Also, if you want to throw around ambiguous statistics, you might want to fact check:
      http://abcnews.go.com/Business/story?id=87939

      “42% of American households are considered affluent”

  • Jeez

    WHY IS THERE SO MUCH BASEBOARD HEATING IN NEW JERSEY?

    • horselips

      Uhmm, because it gets cold in New Jersey.

      • horselips

        Just kidding. Hot air rises and cold air sinks, so it makes sense for heating vents to be down low and A/C vents to be up high. That way , heated and cooled air rises or falls to where the people actually are. A better solution is to have ceiling fans which mix up the air so it duzzint matter where either vents are located. Of course, I’m just guessing. It probably has something to do with cost control.

  • Notsoimpressed

    Ok…saw the Gloria Crest Mansion… truly beautiful. The Giudice house is very nice, though. I will have to say.

  • Notsoimpressed

    Hey.. here’s an idea! If they can’t sell it at the price they want it for…why not sell it to someone who wants to make it commercial property! Like a banquet hall or something. Le Giudice Chateau! or something similar… it will probably sell for 3 million for something like that! 😉

  • Don

    Looks like they bought an old Ramada Inn and did some minor remodeling and call it a home. I looked at facade many times and swear it had to be a motel at one time.

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