Old Short Hills Victorian Home hits the market

TRD New York /
May.May 07, 2019 03:20 PM

An 1887 stone Victorian home on 2.4 acres in Old Short Hills was reported to have hit the market last week. Jersey Digs reported the 5,255-square-foot home, located at 85 Stewart Road, Short Hills, includes seven bedroom and six bathrooms. The property includes a cabana, a detached four-car garages, a courtyard, a tennis court and a swimming pool, to name a few. The property also boasts a regulation-size squash court in its lower level. The seller, who recently renovated the home, was reported to have sought $7.95 million for the property. According to Zillow, the property was listed for the same price in August 2018 and then removed in December 2018. According to the real estate site, the property was listed in April 2011 for $9.4 million. The Short Hills Club, and the East Orange Golf Course are proximal to the property. The Short Hills NJ Transit station is also less than 1.3 miles from the Victorian home. As reported by The Real Deal, Industrious co-working space has inked a lease for 30,000 square feet at the Mall at Short Hills. [Jersey Digs]


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