Luxury Outlook 2022
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Single Family Homes
REFINED NEW VERNON RETREAT - Nestled at the end of a private lane on 4.6 beautifully landscaped acres, this gracious estate home captures the essence of Harding's elegant country lifestyle. The thoughtful design offers a spacious versatile floor plan featuring generously sized light-filled rooms with high ceilings. The first floor living spaces open up to a beautiful patio and pool area complete with a jacuzzi, firepit and bocce court. Interior highlights include a luxurious first floor primary suite which features a stunning glass conservatory. Upstairs are three generously-sized bedrooms and a media room, as well as a one-bedroom APARTMENT situated over the three-car garage. There is an enormous recreation room, wine room, office, bedroom and full bath with sauna in the sizable lower level. This private compound is conveniently located within 4 miles of vibrant downtown Morristown's restaurants, shopping and transit and within 35 miles of midtown Manhattan.
Forbes once called part of Harding Township in Morris County one of the "Top 25 Richest Zip Codes" in the United States, and the elegant homes and manors spread throughout the area reflect that title. Home to some of New Jersey's most beautiful residences, Harding Township is 20 square miles of open country, pastures and farmland, and thousands of acres of protected green space with lakes and streams scattered throughout.Even though it feels a world away, Harding Township is just 21 miles from Newark and 32 miles from New York City. Interstate 287 runs through the northern portion of the community, and several train stations along the New Jersey Transit Rail System's Morristown and Gladstone Lines are just minutes away from Harding. Divided into two communities, New Vernon and Green Village, over 40 percent of the undeveloped space in Harding Township is protected. Many of the elegant estates have been here for decades, passed down through generations, and now sit on the National Register of Historical Places.