Majestic custom-built, 7 bdrm, 5 1/2 bath w/ all stately architectural details throughout. Fantastic 2-story entrance foyer with sweeping staircase. Formal living room, formal dining room, library w/ mahogany panel walls, great room with fireplace, large modern kitchen with center island, custom cabinets, high end appliances and French doors leading to private rear yard. Finishing 1st floor is half bath & laundry room. 2nd floor w/ master bedroom suite, walk in closet, enormous master bath with gas fireplace, circular whirlpool tub, two bedroom with full bath & two bedrooms with Jack and Jill bath. Basement level has wine cellar, spa w/ sauna and shower, media room with Fireplace, rec room gym, one bedroom and fireplace, rec room, gym, 1 bedroom w/ bath. Features include 4 Zone C/AC, 3 gas fireplaces, 8 zone heat, neutral gas generator, security system and more. Move right into to this majestic home located in prime Fort Lee area minutes from NYC.
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Fort Lee, NJ:
Close to the City, but With a Life of Its Own
Fort Lee has the suburban feel of a New Jersey town with the ethnic diversity of a New York City neighborhood. Some residents call it the city’s sixth borough. Kenneth Kang, 26, said proximity to Midtown Manhattan, where he works in finance, was the main reason he bought a one-bedroom condominium here. Another factor was the area’s cultural diversity.
According to the 2010 census, 38.4 percent of Fort Lee’s population is Asian. Nearly a quarter of the residents are Korean. Along Main Street, a hardware store and pharmacy share space with a Chinese restaurant, a new Korean chicken place and an Asian bakery. In the Linwood Plaza strip mall, space formerly filled by a Kings supermarket now holds a Korean Super H Mart.
By Vera Haller
The New York Times