Hudson County may be home to some of the state’s most expensive restaurants, but it’s also home to one of the most expensive houses. A Weehawken mansion was just listed for $11.88 million, according to Trulia.com, which is almost double the 2014 sale price of the current Hudson Country record holder of $6.5 million.
The massive home on King’s Bluff boasts unobstructed views of New York City, six bedrooms, four full baths, two half baths, and a two-story front entrance of Doric columns. This inside is elegantly adorned with ornate working fireplaces, extensive moldings carved in gold applique, stained glass windows, hand painted ceiling frescoes, marble floors, and Tuscan style wine cellar. There’s even a glass-domed conservatory with wrap-around windows facing the Hudson. But, most interesting of all is that the home, which is located on Hamilton Avenue, is right near the site of the 1804 Alexander Hamilton-Aaron Burr duel.
While this property could break records if sold, another Weehawken home is the second priciest listing on the market in Hudson County. The 1970s built house features seven bedrooms and a pool and is listed for $5.2 million. Giants quarterback Eli Manning‘s Hoboken condo in the Hudson Tea building, also claims that number two spot with the same listing price.
Check out more photos of the Hamilton Avenue home below.