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1935 New Jersey Stone Manor House Set on Vast Grounds

This stately Norman-style stone manor, set on just under 50 acres, was built in 1935 for the founders of Time and Life magazines. It is distinguished by modern and antique design elements that make this estate one-of-a-kind.

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Gravel Driveway and Sycamore Trees

The house sits at the end of a pea gravel driveway that winds its way under noble sycamore trees. There are 16 rooms in the 1935 manor, including seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

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Stone Mansion Rear Exterior and Garden

Built in 1935, the mansion is designed in the Norman style and constructed of a blend of limestone and aggregate blocks topped with a tile roof.

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Garden and Brick Walls

There's a walled-in serpentine garden as well as a formal boxwood garden. In the summer, everything is green as far as the eye can see.

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Garden With Fox Sculpture

Sculptures dot the backyard, fun surprises on wanders through the gardens. New Jersey's Somerset Hills are spotted off in the distance.

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