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First Luxury Property Absolute Auction By New Real Estate Partnership

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1916 Historic Middletown, NJ Estate Selling with No Reserve June 12th By Supreme Auctions & Keller Williams NYC

When the owners of an historic estate in Middletown, New Jersey, neighboring similar manors owned by the likes of Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and corporate CEOs, considered options for putting up their property for sale for the first time in over 28 years, the choice was clear: a luxury real estate auction. According to the Middletown estate homeowners (who wish to remain anonymous), luxury auctions offer more value for a sale of such a distinguished property because they drive buyers to take action. This is why their property is set to go up for absolute auction with Supreme Auctions on June 12th with no reserve price.

Built in 1916 by famed architect John Russell Pope, the Georgian style mansion rests on 4.7 beautifully landscaped acres. Pope designed the Jefferson Memorial and the West Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC as well as private residences for the Vanderbilts. The home features over 12,000 square feet of opulence, including 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces and 2 garages across three expansive levels. The property includes a caretaker apartment, sauna, negative edge pool, Jacuzzi, English gardens, a pond and mature trees, boathouse, private boat dock and 250 feet of river frontage on an exclusive stretch of the Navesink River in Red Bank, New Jersey.


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