If you’ve ever wanted an equestrian estate in rural New Jersey – or a big plot of land that you could make a subdivision – you’re in luck.
On Sept. 11, Max Spann Real Estate will begin the process of auctioning off a 127-acre estate in Hampton Township (Sussex County). The bidding will conclude, Sept. 12, at 11 a.m. The sale was ordered by a U.S. bankruptcy court.
The property, which has had just four owners since it was built in 1810, comes with a 4,872 square-foot home featuring five bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops and large center island, billiard room, music conservatory with floor to ceiling windows and library or utilize as spacious home office.
The grounds offer miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, ATV riding, snowmobiling, hunting and skeet shooting at the pistol/archery range.
The property also features R3 Zoning, which means it could be used as a subdivision.
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