This grand mansion belongs to Chaim Citronenbaum who recently pleaded guilty to orchestrating a financial fraud in which he illegally made $1.68 million. He faces between 46 and 57 months in prison and $3.2 million in fines when sentenced July 30. He also must forfeit $1.6 million as part of his plea. Citronenbaum pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to two federal counts: conspiracy to commit mail fraud and to defraud the Internal Revenue Service, and mail fraud.
The mansion sits on a culdesac at the end of Jay Ct and is monstrous compared to surrounding homes. It features an astounding 15 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. It also includes a 2-story foyer with floating double bridal staircase, ornate furniture and decor, marble floors, a two-story library, a gourmet kitchen with adjoining 2-story breakfast room, a 2-story great room, and a glass enclosed conservatory that houses an indoor swimming pool.
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