Rising four stories from the fieldstone remains of the former Upton Pyne, this thirty-room stone Manor was constructed between 2000 and 2004. Generous room dimensions, classical architecture with Gothic influences, superb millwork and unparalleled views provide the perfect canvas for an elegant lifestyle.
Stone pillars and an intricate wrought iron gate mark the main entrance to this 179± acre estate. The seemingly endless entry drive weaves through a pine grove and on to a wide meadow with a pond. An antique barn and carriage house are visible to the left of the meadow. The winding drive continues and ends at a cobbled courtyard and parking court which showcases the stone mansion. The centerpiece of the stone façade is a curved limestone portico with massive columns and roof top balustrades, accented with a slate roof and several rounded turrets.
The main residence is comprised of thirty rooms on four finished levels, spanning more than 16,000 square feet of luxurious living space. A breathtaking foyer with a sweeping circular staircase and domed stained glass ceiling sets the tone for the architectural excellence found throughout the residence. The first floor encompasses formal living and dining rooms, a butler’s pantry and bar, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, billiard room, conservatory, three powder rooms, a library, office, laundry room and mud room. A six-room master bedroom suite is privately situated on one wing of the first floor. On the second floor, four en suite bedrooms with lavish bathrooms and generous room dimensions adjoin a long gallery hallway.
There is also a one-bedroom guest cottage attached to the antique barn, a three-bedroom caretaker’s cottage near the carriage house and three additional dependencies privately situated in different areas of the estate.
Like the architectural treasures of the past, this rendition of Upton Pyne is destined to stand for the next century as a shining example of architectural achievement and refined elegance.
*Source - Trendgraphix and Garden State MLS. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
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Located in northern Somerset County, historic Bernardsville Borough is bordered by Mendham, Harding, Peapack-Gladstone, Bedminster and Basking Ridge/Bernards Township. Established after seceding from Bernards Township in 1924, Bernardsville has the distinction of being the only town with that name in the United States.
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