Jon Bon Jovi has been livin’ on excess of a prayer if his just lately listed New Jersey property is something to go by. The palatial, roughly 18,000-square-foot unfold, often called Excessive Level Property, was put up on the market this week at $20 million and sprawls out over 15 river-front acres in certainly one of Monmouth County’s most unique neighborhoods. Designed by famous person architect Robert A.M. Stern, the opulent manse is cross between a house that one may discover Louis XIV or Keith Richards residing in — with a smattering of Tony Soprano vibes.
The property boasts a slew of top-notch facilities together with its personal non-public pub, a loft-style music studio with seven double-door garages beneath, a movie show, and a heated pool with cedar cabanas. The house additionally has a non-public dock, which is presumably not slippery when moist.
Itemizing agent Kathleen Coumou is effusive — as she instructed Mansion Global, “All the pieces was simply achieved fantastically —there’s such positive craftsmanship all through.” The distinctively designed mansion and its opulent interiors, which embody intricately painted woodwork, hand-painted Venetian plaster, parquet flooring, French balconies and large mullioned home windows, definitely gained’t be to everybody’s style. The following proprietor will both must be enamored by flamboyant French structure or be keen to embark on a expensive renovation.
An hour’s drive from Manhattan, the residence enjoys river views, six bedrooms, seven full loos and two partial loos. There’s additionally a carriage home with three bedrooms, 3.5 loos, a front room and an entire kitchen. The situation, magnitude, high quality of building and phalanx of facilities undoubtedly make this an distinctive property, well-known proprietor however.
Jon Bon Jovi could have accused previous paramours of giving love a nasty title, however he offers the rock n’ roll way of life a superior one, having amassed a powerful actual property portfolio whereas touring stadiums world wide. A bit greater than two years in the past, about six months after he ponied up virtually $19 million for a four-bedroom, city- and river-view condominium in Manhattan’s West Village, he offered one other four-bedroom West Village condominium for $15 million. And, for nearly the final 16 years, he’s maintained a stunning, gated property on one of many premiere streets within the high-toned Hamptons group of East Hampton.