160-acre equestrian estate in northern New Jersey for $ 28.9 million
A sprawling 160-acre equestrian estate in Colts Neck, New Jersey, which offers a handcrafted primary residence, a barn built by Amish carpenters and a historic farmhouse, is hitting the market for $ 28.9 million, Mansion has learned. Global.
The main residence, clad in Jerusalem limestone, has nearly 25,000 square feet of interior living space with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, according to Douglas Elliman’s Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon, who are handling the sale in cooperation with the listing agent Lisa Poggi, also of Douglas Elliman.
The team plans to list the property early next week.
The four-story house, served by an elevator in addition to large stairs, also offers a 24-seat dining room, a gourmet kitchen, a large room, a veranda and an office occupying the entire third floor, which can be converted into bedrooms. , Said Mr. Postilio.
“The classic house was built to last for centuries,” Mr. Conlon said. “The quality of materials, finishes and layout are second to none.”
The team declined to disclose the identity of the seller, who used a limited liability company to assemble the plots and had the house custom built in 2007, according to property records.
The main house also features a 3,500-bottle wine cellar and tasting room, a 12-seat cinema room, game room, and fitness center, according to the listing.
Outside, there’s a fully-equipped chicken coop, swimming pool with spa, summer kitchen, formal gardens, two stocked ponds, and a yard with a six-car garage, according to the listing.
The turnkey equestrian estate, located just an hour from Manhattan in one of New Jersey’s wealthiest communities, has a main barn hand-built by Amish carpenters. The two-story Pennsylvania fieldstone structure features 24 oversized stalls, a foaling center, owner’s office, saddlery, and a barn manager’s apartment, according to the listing.
Around the main barn is a quarantine barn, equipment building, exercise ring, switches, fenced pastures and a farming center with a farm from around 1890, according to the listing.