The Allison Road home has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms and sits on two acres of land.
It boasts a four-car garage, marble fireplaces, two master suites, a guest suite and more.
The home was built by Ronald Isley, a member of the hit R&B musical group, who lived in Teaneck while the home was constructed. Ronald and his wife Margaret owned the home but never lived in it.
A federal bankruptcy judge ordered the house, and four others owned by Isley family members, be sold to pay back taxes in 1989. It sold to Alpine's Albert Carmel for $1.6 million that year.
In 2006, Ronald Isley was sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion.
Want more on the Isley Brothers in Bergen County? Click here for a NorthJersey.com article.
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