New Jersey is home to some of the priciest pads in the U.S. but the jaw-dropping 30,0000-square-foot Stone Mansion in Alpine tops the list.
The breathtaking 12 bedroom gated estate, once owned by industrial tycoon Henry Frick, is currently listed by Sotheby’s International Realty for a whopping $48.8 million, making it the most expensive property ever to be on the market in the Garden State.
Situated on six sprawling acres of the tony suburb just eight miles north of NYC, the imposing dream home boasts 19 bathrooms, an indoor basketball court, tennis court, movie theater, and fitness center.
Entertaining neighbors like Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock and Tracy Morgan in this mega home would be a breeze. Guests are sure to be delighted by Stone Mansion’s three bars, 4,000-bottle wine cellar, ballroom, formal dining room, dramatic dining terrace, outdoor pool and hot tub — which, of course, features a separate pool house.
For quieter moments, the owners can retreat to the elegantly wood-paneled library or master suite including two spa bathrooms and dressing suites.
And don’t worry about feeling overwhelmed by all of the necessary staff. This estate has a fully equipped staff apartment and secondary service wings.