50-acre Bedminster estate near Trump National Golf Club listed for $15M

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Mar.March 26, 2019 03:16 PM

A 50-acre Bergen County estate located less than less than five miles from the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster hit the market earlier this month with a nearly $15 million ask, according to an announcement from Closter-based luxury listing broker Beyder & Company. The 15,000-square-foot property at 420 Spook Hollow Roadhas eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, a guest house and a pool house, as well as a bar, gym, movie theater and rec room, among other amenities. New York-based architect Alan Wanzenberg, who took the lead designing Elizabeth Swig’s four-bedroom duplex at 740 Park Avenue in Manhattan, worked on the Bedminster property alongside interior designer Alexa Hampton. Beyder & Company principal Igor Beyder has the listing for the Colonial-style home, which was constructed by Taconic Builders in 2016. The parcel is among the most expensive residential properties to hit the market in northern New Jersey so far this year. [Beyder & Company]


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