01 June 2021

30,000 Square Foot Colonial-Style Stone Mega Mansion In Alpine, NJ


YEAR BUILT: 2010
LOT SIZE: 6.00 acres
SQUARE FEET: 30,000
BEDROOMS: 12
BATHROOMS: 15 full, 4 half
LIST PRICE: $32,900,000
LISTING AGENT(S): Dennis McCormack of Prominent Properties SIR

Initially listed for $68,000,000 in 2010, the stately residence affectionately known as "Stone Mansion" in Alpine, NJ has seen four substantial price reductions at $56,000,000 in 2012, $39,000,000 in 2018, $36,000,000 in late-2019, and the current asking price of $32,900,000.

Built in 2010 by developer/owner Richard J. Kurtz, the supersized abode is situated on six acres of land of the former Frick Estate and features approximately 30,000 square feet of living space spread over four levels. It has 12 bedrooms, 15 full and four half bathrooms, two-story foyer with sweeping staircase and wraparound balcony, an elevator, two rear foyers, two additional staircases, great room with fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace, a butler's pantry, chef-inspired gourmet kitchen with double islands, an open concept breakfast and family room, a ballroom with wet bar, wood paneled conservatory with wet bar, two-story library with fireplace, lower level indoor basketball court, multiple recreation rooms, 15-seat home theater, a well-appointed home gym, massage room with sauna, catering kitchen, a 4,000-bottle wine cellar, garage parking for seven cars, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, gated porte-cochere, two motor courts, a fountain, covered porch, open and covered terraces, patios, 65-foot gunite swimming pool and separate spa, a pool house with kitchen, tennis court, and a pavilion.


















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2 comments:

  1. A Masterpiece in every way, but the seller just duzzint get it. Eleven years on the market and he, and his agent/broker, are still clueless. By dropping the price over 50% from its original listing in 2010, nobody can possibly have any idea what the estate is actually worth. I'm sure the conventional wisdom goes something like, "if I hold out another 6 months, the price will drop another dozen million. If it only drops half that, I still win." It's become a waiting game - a race to the bottom.

    How old are these pics? What condition is the place in today - right now? What's been done to conserve the mansion and the grounds? Doers everything still work? The HVAC is over a decade old, as is the roof, the plumbing, the electricals, etc. The house is too old to have all the "smart" features you can get today - has it been updated - or not? For $33 million, I would not be interested in compromising on anything.

    The description of this place needs to get real. It's got to start answering the questions any serious buyer would ask, but shouldn't have to. A full and honest disclosure of everything that could possibly matter to anyone needs to be there. Build some confidence, and they'll find a buyer.

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    1. Your entire second paragraph is the absolute truth!!! Thanks for always coming by and sharing your assessments.

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