Charles Kushner puts N.J. mansion on the market

October 25, 2011 08:37AM

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Charles Kushner and his Livingston, N.J. home

Kushner Companies CEO Charles Kushner, the owner of 666 Fifth Avenue and father of New York Observer publisher Jared Kushner with a checkered past, has put his Livingston, N.J. home on the market for just under $2 million, Curbed reported. The two-story mansion at 30 Fawn Drive has 18 rooms in total, including seven bedrooms and five plus two half bathrooms, and sits on a 30,550-square-foot lot with a two-car garage, according to the Prudential New Jersey listing. The home has a deck overlooking the yard, and a finished basement with an eat-in kitchen, a gym, a sauna and a dry bar. Kushner previously told The Real Deal he’s lived in the mansion since 1981, and spends about two days per week there. He’s also built a Jewish day school nearby. The home is listed for about two and a half times the zip code’s $868,770 sales average, Curbed said. [Curbed]