Here at Trulia, we seem to have a curious fascination with The Real Housewives. Whether they’re in Beverly Hills, Orange County, New York, Atlanta, or New Jersey, we love peeking into these ladies’ homes and lives every week. Last night we bid adeui to the most recent season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, so today, let’s peek inside a home in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, the town made famous by the show.
While not actually owned by a “Real Housewife,” we can only anticipate that any of the New Jersey women would love to call this place home. This magnificant Colonial Manor was custom built in 2003. The extraordinary attention to detail, design and construction is evident throughout this home. This home sits majestically on a lovely large lot on one of Franklin Lakes most prestigious streets. The two story dramatic entry foyer has an ultra wide sweeping staircase a formal living and dining room. The stunning kitchen is by Bilotta with wood mode cherry glazed cabinets and every feature imaginable.. The great room has a two story fireplace flanked by two story Palladian windows and a sensational cherry bar. The lower level allows you to walk out to a pool, spa, and a playing field. A stone outdoor kitchen is an elegant and grand addition to the outdoor entertainment space. This home is warm and inviting, offering a richly appointed sophisticated lifestyle in a country setting.