127-Acre Equestrian Estate to List as One of the Most Expensive in New Jersey

A sprawling 127-acre estate in Colts Neck New Jersey, a pocket of the Garden State known for its equestrian farms, mansions and Bruce Springsteen, is headed to the market Friday for $27.5 million, Mansion Global has learned. 

With its sizable eight-figure price tag, the property will be instantly among the most expensive homes available on the market in New Jersey, according to records with Zillow. 

Available for the first time since it was built in 2011, the 20,000-square-foot trophy home was custom-built for the owners—who are listed in Monmouth County property records as a trust.

There’s Mahogany paneling throughout the home, coffered ceilings, a gourmet chef’s kitchen and a great room primed for entertaining, according to the brokerage. Plus a sweeping staircase, numerous chandeliers, and a primary bedroom suite fitted with offices, a walk-in closet and a study. 

The home has “every luxe amenity you could desire in a residence,” noted Ms. Didier. That includes multiple gyms, a wet bar, a hot tub, an eight-seat theater and a wine room.

Outside an opulent saltwater pool is joined by terraces, a two-family caretaker’s house, a pair of two-car garages, and a detached, newly built office. Plus there’s equestrian amenities galore that will cater equally to a professional that wants to raise and breed horses as much as an equestrian hobbyist—they include stables, two barns and 14 acres of pasture. 

Article Source: Mansion Global