LOCATION: 1 Frick Drive, Alpine, NJ

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 33,000

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 12 bedrooms & 19 bathrooms

PRICE: $45,000,000 (previously $49,000,000)

The incomparable “Stone Mansion”, located at 1 Frick Drive in Alpine, NJ, has been re-listed yet again. Situated on 6 acres in the “Estates At Alpine” section of Alpine, the mega mansion first hit the market in 2010 for a whopping $68 million.

The breathtaking stone home was designed by architect James Paragano and features approximately 33,000 square feet of living space on 4 floors with 12 bedrooms, 15 full and 4 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, 2 additional staircases, elevator, formal living & dining rooms, library, double height home office, ballroom with wet bar, lounge with circular bar, gourmet kitchen with double islands, butler’s pantry & walk-in pantry, breakfast room, family room, lower level rec room with wet bar, catering kitchen, gym, home theater, wine cellar, indoor basketball court, 11-car garage and so much more.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, gated porte-cochere, motor court with fountain, terraces, swimming pool with spa, pool house with bathroom & kitchen and a tennis court.

It is listed at $45,000,000.

*Thanks to Robert Bacon for the tip!

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  • horselips

    How many people, including royals, dictators and presidents, get to live in such splendor? If you own it, LIVE IN IT FOR CRYSSAKES. If there’s a cash flow problem, hire a sales department and a caterer and rent out that ballroom for weddings, receptions, quinceaneras, events of all kinds. If more space is needed, convert that idiotic basketball court into another ballroom, meeting room, lecture hall, church, Masonic Lodge, whatever. With all those bedrooms, it would also make an upscale B&B, fat farm, or inpatient rehab center. When the financial crisis is passed, you still have a splendid manor in which to live out your days. As for selling it, expect not much more than half the current asking price.




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    • Homowner

      I know you want that house ! You can own it for a $2 Powerball investment this week (5/30/17) . The jackpot is $302 Mill, the cash option is $187,300,000. Cash after Fed and Jersey taxes comes to $125,491,000 ! You buy the house for $45 Mill, spend $1.491 Mill on furnishings and cars, then invest the remaining $80 Mill at even a low 1.5% interest, compounded monthly, you would have just over $100K in interest to spend MONTHLY…without touching the $80 Mill ! Of course the odds of WINNING that Powerball lottery are 1 in 292,201,338 , whereas your odds of being struck by lightning in your lifetime are 1 in 5,000! But, hey, it’s only $2 and someone’s GOING to win it sooner or later. It might as well be YOU! Just make sure I get an invite to that first party !!!!




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      • M R

        But what would the annual upkeep on a place like this cost you? And of course staff….




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    • opinionfree

      the idea of hosting quinceaneras in this place is priceless. Thanks, I needed a good laugh.




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      • horselips

        Don’t laugh! There’s a classic old mansion in downtown Tucson, the “Z Mansion” that the owner rents out to weddings, and parties of all kinds. And the local Masonic institutions – the Shriner’s Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral do a booming business hosting events of all kinds in their huge main rooms. The Shriners hold gun shows, car shows, and yes, quiceaneras! They are incredibly lavish, everybody is dressed to the nines, the catering is over the top, often there are hundreds in attendance. As for the Scottish Rite main room (The Red Room), it’s big enough for concerts, and the 2 dining rooms can seat hundreds. Enjoy.




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  • Christopher Boyd

    LMFAAOOOOOOO!




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  • opinionfree

    7 years, how many price cuts and still no one wants it?
    It’s in Jersey, burn it down and collect the insurance.




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    • Pierre

      The location is not the problem… the price is.




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    • TV fan 707

      It is not about NJ. It is the market for these estates in the NYC region




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