There are some impressive property options currently up for grabs in NJ if you’ve got a millions in the bank.
Steven Stark — who made his fortune in the carpet business — listed the French chateau-style mansion he shares with wife Candice in Alpine’s Rio Vista neighborhood for $20 million, making it the third most expensive home on the market in the Garden State.
Taking the top spots is the former estate of Henry Clay Frick II, which is listed at $27.8 million and the 30,000 square-foot Stone Mansion listed at $48.88 million.
Stark’s 20,000-square-foot home sits on a gated two acres and boasts 9 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, a 30-person dining room, gym, billiards room, indoor basketball court, arcade, and a 14-seat home theater.
The rear wing of the jaw-dropping estate features an indoor pool with a waterslide. If catching some rays while you take a dip is more your speed, there’s an outdoor pool complete with pool house and tennis court.
The couple bought the property in 1997 for $1.94 million and taxes are now $64,975 a year.
Neighbors include comedian Tracy Morgan, who spent $13.9 million on Rio Vista mansion last year.
If you’re in search of a beach retreat, Commerce Bancorp founder and former chairman Vernon W. Hill II has listed his Loveladies vacation home on the market for $6.5 million.
Hill is the owner of what is believed to be the largest single-family home in New Jersey: the Italianate Villa Collina which sits on 44-acres in Moorestown.