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  1. Wow! maintaining that house in good shape would be much more expensive than my small house right now. Such a wealthy people.

  2. If I struck it rich I’d love to have a bowling alley, billiards and a bar in the basement.

  3. Oh Sue thanks so much for the look inside. Talk about a wow I want to bowl at home. lol And I just knew it would have billiards after that and yep its there I’m sold. lol

  4. All is well now and thanks for being such a wonderful online friend Doreen.

  5. I looked at the listing, and was surprised to see the asking price. I thought it would be more.

    It’s a lovely home, but I wish the facade was more consistent. A little too much going on for my taste, but beautiful nonetheless.

    I stopped by to see how you were doing Sue and wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Haven’t seen a post from you lately, hope all is ok.
    xxx

  6. I was thinking that my readers in the New Jersey area would know about this house or the area like you do Carolann. Interesting that you would have “never thought.” Have a great weekend.

  7. I think kitchen 2 is in the basement area Heather and the other kitchen seems very much in keeping with the original house.

  8. Lots of hired help to keep it clean that is for sure. Have a great weekend.

  9. Thanks Ben, If I can find how the original house looked, I’ll let you know. Have a great weekend.

  10. I think everyone’s reaction when they see this house is oh my gosh or wow. It’s truly outstanding with every room decorated beautifully. Love the kitchen! I know where Morristown is in NJ and I would have never thought!

  11. WOW! That is a lot of house! Absolutely beautiful. I like kitchen #1 over kitchen #2 .. more “homey”. Another great find Sue, thank you!

  12. Oh, my gosh!

    That’s not a house, it’s a resort.

    I cannot imagine keeping it clean. It would be pretty cool to have a bowling alley!

  13. Ben Wilcoxson says:

    Oh. My. Goodness! Exquisite! Beautiful home though I’m wondering how it got on the National Register with some many changes and additions that the original home is no longer apparent. That aside, though, it’s magnificent.

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