The 58-year-old American rock musician and leader of the band Bon Jovi is selling his house on the Navesink River in New Jersey. The price has not been announced, but experts estimate the property at $14 million.
Jon Bon Jovi has put his six-acre estate on the Navesink River in New Jersey south of New York up for sale. The property is inspired by the style of a French chateau. The main residence was designed by the world-famous architect Robert AM Stern, and the landscape architecture was handled by the Olmsted Brothers company, which became famous for developing Central Park in New York. The residence is called High Point Estate due to its breathtaking view of the Navesink River.
The property was built in 1999. It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. There is also a pub with an original bar imported from France and a place to play billiards. The house is also equipped with a professional recording studio, seven double-wing garages, a workshop and a warehouse. The facility also has a marina and a boat lift. The price was not made public, it was noted that it would be provided at the buyer’s request. But real estate agents have no doubt that the estate is worth several million dollars. Kurt Westfield, managing director of WC Equity Group, estimates the value of High Point Estate at approximately USD 14 million.