One of the most coveted addresses on the East Coast, high and dry above the Navesink River
This 13 acre estate is set on one of the most beautiful spots on the East Coast......
The 6,232 square foot residence has a grand history but is perfectly sized for today's casual but elegant lifestyle. Designed by William Welles Bosworth, an acclaimed Beaux-Arts architect who was hired by John D. Rockefeller to oversee the restoration of the Palace of Versailles.
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The land itself is unequaled: 13.09 acres of pastoral beauty with tree-lined drives, woodland trails and gardens. There is a private beach and over 650 feet of Navesink riverfront with dock, plus approvals to build a 260' pier for deep water docking.
Despite it's grand history, this stately manor home is not a museum, it is a lively family home with perfectly proportioned sun-filled rooms and seven fireplaces. All of the woodwork has been carefully restored. It's a great size for today's living at 6,232 square feet, not too big, not too small.
Come walk the property and fall in love. Just 3.5 miles to NYC ferry.
Monmouth County is ideal for a primary residence or weekend getaway, with ocean beaches, golf, tennis and deep water boating. The flavor of towns vary from manicured Rumson estates to charming Fair Haven neighborhoods with sidewalks and picket fences. These towns, along with Holmdel's rolling hills and Colts Neck's equestrian farms are all within five minutes of Red Bank.
This home is just five minutes from Red Bank, the cultural and financial hub of the Jersey shore with fine shopping, restaurants, sidewalk cafes, live music, galleries and cultural events.
This is the Best of the Jersey Shore.... Why wait for the weekends? You can live the relaxed waterfront lifestyle in a sophisticated, vibrant community just a 32 minute ferry ride from Manhattan.
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