One of the most sought after and exclusive homes in this area of the United States near Manhattan.
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As a point of reference for the region, the rarest site summarizes that it is a quieter part of bustling Manhattan and that it is ideal for summer rest or relaxation.
Too, It is considered by many connoisseurs to be a bastion of good quality of life. Also with reasonable conditions for both young families, those with young children, and older adults who are on a retirement plan.
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with gourmet spaces
This exquisite home in the Alpine region of Bergen County has seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Must-See Places: A swimming pool with changing room area, a sports court and a deck with barbeque.
Additionally, it features luxury appliances, a stainless steel gourmet kitchen, and a custom-built wine bar.
Price is US$15,088,000.
an authentic farm
A group of three country houses situated on a large piece of land. With sheds, stables, equestrian training facilities and horse trails. In addition, it has several swimming pools.
Its price is 15,900,000 US dollars.
Sophistication is the hallmark of this magnificent creation.
Some of its amenities: library, Italian kitchen, dining area for 18 people, cellar for 1,500 bottles, a bar and wooden details surrounding the spacious rooms.
However, its big draw is the second floor which has a private terrace and a super modern gym.
Its price: US$17,696,000.
in front of the sea
A 12 Bed, 12 Bath Summer Home a spectacular sea view, With furniture finished in white, light wood and multi-zone refrigeration.
It also has a swimming pool and barbeque area.
Its value is US$20,000,000.
a colonial dream
Recently constructed, it is one of the biggest properties in the city of Allenhurst. It is composed of eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a basement that overlooks the Atlantic.