The owners of a 23-room mansion on a cul-de-sac in Warren Township named it Villa De Sogni, or “The House of Our Dreams,” after becoming enamored of the Tuscan countryside.
According to its listing, the home’s residents worked with architects for three years to transform it into a Tuscan villa, and then “another three years were required to renovate this original Beer and Coleman [architects] creation.”
The seven-bedroom, 16-bathroom home has many amenities: A Tuscan stone gallery hall, a conference room, theater, winery including a cellar, lounge and bar, playroom, golf room with Sanyo simulating golf system, and a gym.
Outside, the mansion makes use of light and space with gardens, several terraces and balconies, the clay tile, stone, and stucco exterior, and a butterfly staircase.
The interior of the house boasts high ceilings, arched pilasters, chandeliers, and “lighted niches and sconces spanning the east/west axis of the home.”
The walls are painted in varying shades of amber to “give a nod to Tuscany’s sunny disposition.”
Among the special rooms is a lounge with a stone fireplace, a two-story breakfast area crested with a cupola, a step-up family room, an office suite with a fireplace-centered sitting room, and a guest suite with turret-shaped sitting room and French doors opening to the grounds.
The 10,000-square-foot home, located at 5 Tiffany Way, is currently asking $4.725M.
Listing: 5 Tiffany Way [Zillow]