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$1M Per Bedroom? $8.9 Million North Jersey Home Could Be Yours (Look Inside)
More than $1 million a bedroom?
That is what it will cost you to live in an 8-bedroom, 11-bathroom house recently listed in Englewood for $8.9 million from Joshua Baris at Coldwell Banker.
The home, at 120 S. Woodland St., is an "architectural masterpiece" with antique light fixtures, fireplaces, oak floors, P.E. Geurin hardware and oak floors, according to the listing.
The home features grand formal rooms. French doors (ooo la la!), a billiard room, a gym/sauna and a banquet sized-formal dining room for all your entertainment needs, according to the listing. For the sportsman, the h…
Luxury North Jersey Home Features Movie Theatre, Heated Pool (Look Inside)
Got $3.5 million lying around and a desire your own movie theatre... at a discount?
You might just be able to live a life in luxury in Fort Lee.
A $3.5 million home, at 2 Euclid Road, has been listed for sale by Joshua Baris at Coldwell Banker.
The 6-bedroom, 7.5 bathroom has everything you want to impress your friends: a grand double bridal staircase, magnificent windows, a chef's modern eat-in kitchen, a heated concrete pool and a seven seat custom movie theatre, according to the listing.
The home also features walk-in closets, a gas fireplace, a jacuzzi tub and promises views of …
$2.1M Home Planned By Morse Code Inventor For Sale In North Jersey (Look Inside)
A home planned by Alfred Vali, who invented the telegraph and Morse Code, has been listed for sale in Morris County.
The 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom home at 10 Franklin Pl. in Morristown, known as Highgrove Court, will cost you $2.1 million.
10 Franklin Pl., Morristown.Bryan Murawski In House Photography
Designed by architect James Winthrop, Vail began planning the house for his wife Amanda before his death in 1859, though it was not completed until the 1870s, according to listing agent Lorraine First, of Sotheby's International Realty.
“It’s a good illustration of the Gilded Age of Mor…
$16.5M Island Built By Renowned NJ Doctor Hits Market (Look Inside)
An island home in the Florida Keys built in the 1970s by a New Jersey doctor has hit the market at nearly $16.5 million.
Klaus Meckeler, a gastroenterologist from Somerset County, brought the property at 99 Ocean E. — about a quarter mile off the coast of Marathon, FL — for $25,000, as reported by Tom Avril, of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Born in Germany, Meckeler immigrated to the U.S. in 1958, lived in Far Hills before he moved to Annandale in 1998, 10 years before he died, his obituary says.
99 Ocean E, Marathon, FLWesley Williford
Meckeler was a physician at Somerset Medical Cen…
Atlantic City's Island Waterpark Delays Grand Opening
ISLANS Waterpark in Atlantic City has delayed its grand opening.
It had been set to open on Friday, June 30.
Brian Moriarty, a spokesperson for the waterpark, didn’t specify when the new opening date will be. He also did not give a reason for the delay.
The park’s social media pages advertised the opening date of Friday as recently as Wednesday.
The $100 million, 120,000-square-foot water park will feature a dozen slides, pools, a 1,000-square-foot surf simulator and a 6,500-square-foot lazy river. It’s part of the Showboat Atlantic City Hotel, which Blatstein also owns.
Here's How Much Day At $100M Atlantic City's Island Waterpark Will Cost You
A 120,000-square-foot waterpark. A $100 million project. A 6,500-square-foot lazy river.
It's ISLAND Waterpark at Showboat Atlantic City by the numbers.
The non-gambling, family-friendly attraction is set to open in Atlantic City next Friday, June 30, and will only cost you $69 to $119 a day.
Billed as the world's largest waterpark near a beachfront, there are several admission prices depending on whether you're going by day, evening or with VIP access.
The waterpark also has a 1,000-square-foot surf simulator, pools, shopping, party rooms, lounge areas, and more than a dozen wa…
$100 Million Indoor Waterpark Set To Open Next Month At Showboat Atlantic City
A non-gambling, family-friendly attraction is set to open in Atlantic City next month, developers said.
The ISLAND Waterpark at Showboat Atlantic City is billed as the world's largest waterpark near a beachfront.
The 120,000-square-foot waterpark is a $100 million project and will have a 6,500-square-foot lazy river, 1,000-square-foot surf simulator, pools, shopping, party rooms, lounge areas, and more than a dozen waterslides.
A retractable glass-pane roof will make the water park a year-round attraction. It is located next to the Showboat on New Jersey Avenue.
Showboat's owner and CEO o…