10 Most Expensive Houses in New Jersey

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New Jersey may look small on a map, but you’ll need an astronomical budget of at least $25 million to own the most expensive house on the market there
With access to the City that Never Sleeps, homeownership in the Garden State offers the networking opportunities of New York and the luxury of spacious lots. Want a beachy estate? You’ve got Monmouth County. Want a city feel without taking the subway? Place your downpayment in Bergen County.
For megamansion seekers, both local and abroad, the insurance experts behind the broker app Jerry have rounded up a lavish list of New Jersey’s 10 most expensive houses. 
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10. Alpine, New Jersey—$14,995,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
10 Frick Dr, Alpine, NJ 07620Single-family residential8 beds, 12.5 bathsN/A
If you have about $3 million lying around for a downpayment, you could lock down this sprawling mansion in Bergen County. Bordering a golf club and sitting on 5.7 acres of land, this newly constructed house is meant for a single family—but it could accommodate an army.
Beyond the obvious benefits of spreading out in this much space, this Alpine residence offers amenities like a plunge pool, indoor pool, gym, theater, and several banquet-sized rooms.

9. Alpine, New Jersey—$15,088,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
12 The Esplanade, Alpine, NJ 07620Single Family Residential7 beds, 9 bathsN/A
Are you in Versailles or minutes from Manhattan? This seven-bedroom home in Alpine might make you wonder. An entertainer’s paradise, it comes equipped with a pool, cabana, sports court, and oversized BBQ space
It boasts one of the largest home theaters in the county—ideal for Superbowl soirees—and a library/wine bar for more intimate settings.

8. Maurice River Twp, New Jersey—$15,900,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
667 Estell Mnr, Maurice River Twp., NJSingle-family residential6 beds, 5.5 baths7,000 square feet
If you’ve ever dreamt of an equestrian estate fit for royalty, this is the mansion for you. While the main house isn’t as large as some of the others on this list, it sits on a whopping 2,442 acres fit for multiple guest houses, stables, pools, pastures, race tracks, and more.
You might need a shuttle just to make it down the house’s expansive driveway. Who knew New Jersey could house a property big enough to have its own zip code?

7. Bedminster Township, New Jersey—$15,950,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
0 Private Rd, Bedminster Twp., NJ 07921Single-family residential6 beds, 12 bathsN/A
This botanical Bedminster abode may be number seven on the list, but it has some bragging rights with its street number of 0. It’s hard to compare any house on the street to a residence with luscious gardens, carriage houses, garages, a pool house, and ​​a topiary-dotted grand lawn.
The carefully constructed country home sits on 80 acres, and its grounds are the Garden State epitomized.

6. Middletown, New Jersey—$17,500,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
18 Clay Ct, Middletown, NJ 07748Single-family residential8 beds, 6.5 baths17,425 square feet
Your favorite vacation spots are shaking in their boots. A slice of the Amalfi coast sits on three acres on the Navesink River waterfront with panoramic views of the water. Every room is outfitted with meticulous designs—oh, and one has a state-of-the-art aquarium.
A day spent on the water can spike anyone’s appetite, which you can satisfy with a poolside wood-fired pizza oven.

5. Ocean City, New Jersey—$17,695,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
2517-19 Wesley Ave, Ocean City, NJ 08226Duplex13 beds, 6.5 bathsN/a
Throw out everything you thought you learned from MTV’s The Jersey Shore—the Garden State coast happens to be the lap of luxury. With two inground pools, elevators, attached garages, private porches, and enclosed outdoor showers, you can transition from soothing backyard swims to sandy toes in seconds.
You can soak in the luxury all for yourself, or rent out one of the condos. Renting can generate a cool $250,000 per year, which you can either pocket or use to buy another boat—it’s your call.

4. Colts Neck Township, New Jersey—$19,500,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
7 Yearling Path, Colts Neck Township, NJ 07722Single-family residential6 beds, 10.5 bathsN/A
This French-inspired mansion accesses the best of the farm, the beach, and the privacy of a 127-acre lot. Its tree-lined driveway leads to a load of amenities like a gym, wet bar, movie theater, gallery—oh, and helipads.
That’s right—if you feel like firing up your helicopter, Manhattan is a 17-minute flight away. The best part? You won’t be running into the Jersey Turnpike traffic in the clouds.

3. Colts Neck, New Jersey—$24,900,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
318-322 Route 537, Colts Neck, NJ 07722Single-family, detached7 beds, 10 baths25,000 square feet
Monmouth County is home to another show-stopping 25,000 square-foot estate containing an impressive wine cellar, eight-seat bar, theater, gym, full-service elevator, Pullman kitchen, and conservatory.
The impressive exterior has manicured gardens, a pool house, stocked ponds, and a handcrafted Amish equestrian barn. The grounds are designed with enough room for you to build a showjumping stadium if you have a little extra cash on hand.

2. Franklin Lakes, New Jersey—$25,000,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
275 Indian Trail Dr, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417Single-family residential5 beds, 9 baths14,700 square feet
Bergen County is the pinnacle of wealthy areas in New Jersey, and this mansion might just be its crown jewel. With the prestigious waterfront of Franklin Lakes in its backyard, you can kick off your shoes and sink into luxury—especially thanks to its heated floors.
A sensational saltwater indoor pool, basketball court, movie theater, wine cellar, and tasting room make this house an entertainment hub year-round. 

1. Alpine, New Jersey—$25,000,000

AddressProperty typeNumber of bedrooms/bathroomsSize
48 Rio Vista Dr, Alpine, NJ 07620Single-family residential7 beds, 10.5 baths25,700 square feet
We’re heading back to Alpine to top off our list of most expensive spa resorts—err, houses in New Jersey. With endless amenities like indoor plunge pools, a sauna, a steam room, an impressive theater, a billiards room, a wine cellar, multiple bars, and more, you’ll question whether you’ve stepped into a home or a certified spa. 
If you’re an Architectural Digest enthusiast, you’ll fall head over heels for this grandiose home.

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The most expensive Jersey home will cost you around $25 million.
Both Monmouth and Bergen counties are home to the most expensive houses in New Jersey.

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