Former New Jersey Devil Ilya Kovalchuk is reportedly offloading his 22,000 square foot home that sports amenities like a home theater, dry sauna, and an indoor pool.
These New Jersey towns all sported some of the highest median sale prices in the country, with the average house in all four spots hovering around $2 million.
The former New Jersey Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk has lowered the asking price of his 22,000-square foot Alpine, New Jersey home.
PropertyShark has released their annual rankings of the priciest zip codes in the country and three New Jersey towns have ranked.
Two high-end towns in the Garden State have some of the priciest homes in the country, while an Essex County suburb that made the list last year fell off a bit.
Alpine home offers contemporary design thinking tucked away in nature.
A legal battle between the Alpine Community Church and the United Methodist Church ended with a ruling in favor of the United Methodist Church who, subsequently, listed the property for sale.
Featuring natural materials and horizontal lines, this starkly modern home stands out in Alpine.
In 2012, Alpine NJ was ranked America’s most expensive zip code by Forbes with a median home value of $4.25 million. The small borough in Bergen County has become a haven for numerous celebrities including Sean 'Diddy' Combs who just sold his sprawling estate.