The priciest pad on the Jersey Shore is now on the market for slightly less than last year’s $40 million listing price, according to a NJ.com report.
The 15,000-square-foot mansion facing the Atlantic Ocean in Long Branch is once again for sale — at a reduced $38.98 million, making it the second most expensive listing in the Garden State behind the $48.8 million Stone Mansion in Alpine.
Set on two acres in the historic Elberon section of Long Branch, it features jaw-dropping interiors complete with ornate woodwork, onyx-and-marble bathrooms, gilded moldings and an oceanfront pool that sits on a marble terrace. It is flanked by two pool houses overlooking 160 feet of beach frontage.
Listed by Douglas Elliman, the home was built in 1995 and designed by famed architect Anthony Ingrao, who included a laundry list of luxurious amenities, including a billiards room, solarium, gym, formal dining room and a salon with a full bar.
Save your coins, because taxes on this impressive estate are a whopping $181,101 a year!