A sprawling New Jersey home in one of Bergen County’s most sought-after towns has hit the market. A look inside the French Colonial house offers a glimpse into the high-end décor that lines the mansion’s walls.
A two-acre property in Old Tappan has officially hit the market for $5.475 million. The estate is currently owned by Jane Angert, who founded a company called JaneFinds that curates and collects Birkin handbags.
First reported by the Wall Street Journal, the six-bedroom house spans over 10,000 square feet and fronts a lake. The outside is impressive even without the lake view, as the property includes a 40-foot heated Gunite pool and spa with lighting and fountains plus a gas fire pit, outdoor dining area, and covered porch.
Indoor highlights of the home include the aforementioned Hermès wallpaper that is used throughout the entire space. The primary bedroom includes a custom walk-in closet plus balcony and the home sports radiant heating flooring throughout its unique design, which includes a Bec Britian light fixtures, custom Roche Bobois furniture, and vintage Vladimir Kagan serpentine sofa and chairs.
The home, which boasts six full bathrooms and two half baths, also includes a loft-style apartment as part of the deal. Taxes on the land are unsurprisingly steep; they run $55,331.75/annually.
The listing for the property is held by Attilio Adamo and Victoria Adamo of Coldwell Banker Alpine/Closter.