MAHWAH, N.J. – A Mahwah mansion just hit the market, and its asking price of $48 million makes it the priciest listing in the state, NJ.com reports.
The historic 55,000-square-foot home that sits on 12.5 acres in the Ramapo Mountains comes with a property tax bill of more than $232,000 a year, the report says.
The home is known as the Crocker Mansion, because it was built by George Crocker, son of railroad baron Charles Crocker, the story says.
At one time, the mansion was owned by the Archdiocese of Newark, and was known as Immaculate Conception Seminary, according to the article.
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