Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Quality and distinction abound in this exquisite custom designed brick Manor Home situated on over seven acres with four finished levels. Richly detailed rooms feature 10' first floor and 9' second floor ceilings, tray and coffer ceilings, hardwood floors, deep custom millwork and gorgeous custom cabinetry. Guests are welcomed by a covered entry and a dramatic foyer with sweeping staircase. A fabulous great room, bar room and a gourmet kitchen will delight any chef. Off the gracious gallery is both a rich mahogany library and a bright solarium, alcove and a powder room. Located off the kitchen is a maid's en-suite, laundry, powder room, coat room and a mud room with cubbies. A grand gallery on the second level opens to an impressive Primary Suite with a bedroom chamber, lavish bath, dressing area and dual fitted closets. Enjoy a quiet evening by the fireplace in the sitting room or on the private balcony. There are three more bedroom en-suites in addition to an In-law suite that includes a bedroom en-suite and family room. A large laundry/craft room complete this level. Retreat to the third level play room or study with tons of storage. While French doors from the garden level open to a private patio, the lower level is ideally designed for any lifestyle. There is a large family room with a fireplace, billiard room, play room and exercise room. A covered blue stone patio opens to the staycation tiered back yard complete with a fabulous pool, hardscaping and spa, meticulous landscaping and patios.
With just over 900 residents, Far Hills, New Jersey is a small borough, but its residents consider it the best place to live in the state. Homes in the Village range from the low $400,000's to $800,000. There is a townhome community called The Polo Club where homes range from low $600,000's to $1,700,000. The balance of the community is built on 10 acre minimum lots and range from low $2,000,000 and upwards. The borough itself is only about 5 square miles.Located in Somerset County, Interstate 287 runs along the perimeter of the upscale community. It is just 40 miles from New York City and 25 miles from Newark, but you would never know it once you get off the interstate and turn on one of Far Hills's serene and peaceful winding roads. Train service is also available, as Far Hills has its own New Jersey Transit station.While commuters enjoy the chance to surround themselves with nature and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, many others choose to take advantage of the quiet life here, as well. The community is home to the Far Hills Country Day School, as well as top notch public schools. New Jersey Monthly, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, and The Washington Post have ranked Bernards High School as one of top schools in New Jersey and in the entire United States. The United States Golf Association is headquartered here, and it has a museum that attracts golf enthusiasts from all over the country. Horses and the equestrian life are another pastime of many residents. As a matter of fact, one of the top social events of the year is the Far Hills Races steeplechase horserace which has been going on for 95 years. Nearly 25,000 to 45,000 people gather for the event each year. They are also home to the Visiting Nurse Association of The Somerset Hills Bi-Annual Rummage Sale which helps fund their organization.Show More