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welcome I am pleased to present this selection of the most outstanding homes throughout the New Jersey and Rockland County, New York region. These luxury residences represent the wide range of style and distinction offered along the East Coast. In addition to showcasing these homes in our Previews magazine, you can also tour them online at In efforts to provide our clients with maximum exposure for their homes, these properties are also showcased on more than 400 websites. Our global marketing approach is a necessity to meet client goals in the very unique luxury home market. To identify high-end buyers and get their attention requires advanced knowledge and training. That’s why we invest in specialized training for our associates to earn the Previews Property Specialist designation. Previews Property Specialists have received in-depth instruction in luxury home sales, marketing, pricing, home staging and seller/buyer representation. Our Previews Property Specialists know how to get the best market value in the least amount of time. Our clients and customers can rest assured that they have the best luxury market specialist working with them to meet their home buying and selling goals. We look forward to serving you and providing you with an exceptional real estate experience.



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Elegant custom manor Chester, NJ—This 7,200-square-foot custom home on over 3 acres offers 6 bedrooms and 4 full and 3 half-baths. Indoor layout is perfect for entertaining or multi-generational living. Located within minutes of train station. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,599,000

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opulence and sophistication. Set on over five acres of private grounds that offer stunning panoramas of the Roxiticus Valley in Morris County, this exceptional home features five bedrooms, six full and two half-baths, along with spectacular formal rooms and superb attention to detail throughout 12,000 square feet. Custom millwork—which includes decorative moldings, unique ceilings and stately architectural columns—is merely one feature of the home’s distinctive interior space. Formal main rooms are introduced through a grand and glorious twostory entry foyer with floating staircase and marble flooring, an exceptional and dramatic space that reflects the splendor of the home. Across from the foyer, the two-story great room lives up to its name in breathtaking fashion with decorative archways. Large Palladian windows heighten French doors that lead to a bluestone and brick terrace. The great room also features a hand-painted mural and stunning floor-to-ceiling fireplace with marble surround and elaborate custom millwork. French doors open to reveal a mahogany-paneled library with ladder and classic windows, while the large and bright gourmet kitchen is equipped with the finest culinary appointments as well as a granite-topped center island, deluxe glass cabinetry, butler’s pantry, breakfast bar and an adjacent breakfast room. Decorative wainscoting and moldings accentuate the banquet-size formal dining room, a fabulous setting in which to host memorable gatherings with family and friends. With its cozy fireplace and wall of windows, the family room presents a more relaxed yet still elegant atmosphere in which to entertain guests. Also situated on the home’s first level, the sumptuous master bedroom suite is an ultra-luxurious retreat featuring a sitting room with fireplace, walk-in closets and its very own private coffee bar. The adjoining full master bath features a jetted tub, steam room





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and stall shower. Upstairs, each of the home’s bedrooms on this spacious second level feature full baths en suite plus a large bonus room. The hallway balcony provides views of the first level rooms below as well as panoramic views of the Roxiticus Valley. Endless opportunities for family recreation or casual entertaining can be enjoyed on the home’s full and finished walkout lower level. This space features a wet bar, media room, billiards room, family room, wine cellar and exercise room. Along with the choices for fun is a full bath, providing an added measure of convenience. Outdoors, the grounds are meticulously landscaped and the property borders preserved park land for an even greater sense of peace and privacy. A picturesque gazebo with adjacent hot tub serves as relaxing shaded space. Multi-zone central air conditioning, central vacuum, intercom, security, stereo, and underground sprinklers are but a few of the systems integrated within the home. A four-car attached garage with automatic opener provides ample space for automobile storage. This spectacular home enjoys an exceptional Chester Township location; only minutes away from both the Chester and Mendham town centers which feature nationally recognized merchants, upscale dining and shopping, and locally owned farm markets. The area’s small-town feel is complemented by its convenience to major highways and NYC transportation as well as top performing public and private school systems.

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Englewood East Hill Estate

Pierson Lakes, NY—This 7,000-sq. ft. estate in a premier gated community features magnificent waterfront property, a guest house and private beach with dock. A mere 28 miles from Manhattan. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $3,500,000

Englewood, NJ—Mediterranean-style Colonial with 6 bedrooms, large dining room, chef ’s kitchen, family room & main-level master suite. The resort setting boasts in-ground pool & spa. For more information, call 973-630-9368


Meticulous Attention to Detail

Equestrian Estate

Upper Saddle River, NJ—Spacious rooms define this 10,000 square-foot estate on over 1.5 acres. Five bedrooms and 5 full- and 2 half-baths. Lower level full bar, theater and billiard room. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $3,099,000

Colts Neck, NJ—Custom Colonial on 12 acres boasts 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a modern horse barn and riding ring, in-ground pool, 4-car garage and much more. Truly a unique home!. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,999,999

made-to-order luxury Bedminster, NJ—Spectacular to-be-built 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath dream home on the finest 10-acre farm assessed lot in Bedminster, just 1 mile east of Trump National Golf Club! For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,999,000

White Oak Manor Mendham Township, NJ—White Oak Manor, a 6-bedroom Colonial rests on 25 private acres. Elegant with generous rooms, superior architectural embellishments, pool, pool house and 4-car garage. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,995,000

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Elegance and Sophistication Colts Neck, NJ—Ideal for entertaining, this magnificent 6-bedroom, 6½-bath, custom Colonial is situated on 2.20 gorgeous acres in Colts Neck’s most desirable neighborhood. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,850,000

Gracious Lake Mohawk Lakefront Sparta, NJ—This landmark 5-bedroom and 3 full and 1 half-bath home in Lake Mohawk features stunning woodwork and lower level with bar, wine storage and large stone fireplace. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,795,000

A Retreat Beyond Compare Washington Township, NJ—Secluded 2-acre private retreat. Custom 6bedroom multi-level home with a floor plan designed for entertaining. Resort setting boasts pool, putting green and tennis court. Rebecca “Becky” Boomsma, Sales Associate 201-848-3402; 201-286-6097;


Character and Charm Abound Harding Township, NJ—Restored, revitalized and expanded this 17-room, 1800s manor home boasts vintage details, superb recently added kitchen & family room and 5 bucolic acres with pool. Brian Matthews, Sales Associate 908-630-5155; 908-872-7584; 


SPECTACULAR EAST HILL VICTORIAN Englewood, NJ—Beautifully restored Swiss Chalet Victorian offers 5 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half-baths and spacious new rooms. Grounds feature outdoor fireplace and pool. Sara Lopatin, Broker Sales Associate 201- 567-7788; 201-647-7700;


Resort-Style Living Basking Ridge, NJ—Bocina-built 5-bedroom, 6.2-bath home on 2.7 acres in a coveted neighborhood. With ultimate craftsmanship, resort-style living, pool with waterfall and spa with walk-out lower level. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,490,000

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beachfront oasis Pierson Lakes, NY—Gated Pierson Lakes waterfront estate features stunning architectural details. Nestled on 4 breathtaking acres with a private beach & boat dock. Only 28 miles from Manhattan! For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,350,000

refined city living Jersey City, NJ—Gorgeous water views grace this 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath townhome with a stunning living room, formal dining room, fabulous gourmet kitchen, 2-car garage and patio. Francesco Mazzaferro, Sales Associate 201-533-3070; 201-410-3020; $2,300,000

Modern Elegance at Every Turn


Kinnelon, NJ—Sophisticated home in Smoke Rise offers wonderful entertaining spaces, 3 fireplaces, sun-drenched rooms, sleek gourmet kitchen & wooded property with in-ground pool. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $2,200,000

Holmdel, NJ—Create the custom home of your dreams in one of the state’s most acclaimed areas by award-winning Pinnacle Custom Builders, or the builder of your choice. For more information, call 973-630-9368  $2,150,000

Stunning Livingston Colonial

Unparalleled Land and Location

Livingston, NJ—European-style Colonial on a beautiful acre is a wonderful home with 9-foot mahogany entry doors, superior gourmet kitchen, fantastic great room and finished lower level.

Holmdel, NJ—A timeless investment, this estate in a prestigious location offers 6+ acres and a custom pool all enclosed in a tree-lined property surrounded by protected land. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,999,000

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Peaceful Retreat

Superb Architectural Design

Mendham, NJ—Sun-drenched, 5-bedroom custom home on cul-de-sac. Sweeping views welcome you to this 5-acre professionally landscaped property with lighted Deco Turf tennis court.

Mendham Township, NJ—Custom contemporary with 3 lavish levels boasts gourmet kitchen, flowing floor plan and 3-acre private setting with gated entrance and circular drive. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,910,000

Pauline Derrick and Pamela “Pam” Tishman, Broker/Sales Associate 973-543-7458; 973-723-4760 $1,995,000

Smoke Rise Gated Estates

Spectacular Upgrades

Kinnelon, NJ­—This exceptionally crafted Smoke Rise home offers 6 bedrooms and 5 full and 2 half-baths along with theater/game room and private golf green on over 5 acres. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,849,000

Bridgewater, NJ—This custom 5,800-sq. ft. Colonial on over 1 acre features 5 bedrooms and 5 full and 2 half-baths as well as grand and glorious main rooms. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,590,000

SPECTACULAR SETTING Scotch Plains, NJ—Magnificent, well-designed 4/5 bedroom colonial, with luxurious main-level master suite, offers large entertaining rooms & gourmet kitchen. Gorgeous grounds include pool & spa, gazebo & 2 patios. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,449,000

multi-generational jewel Washington Township, NJ­—Mother/daughter home spanning nearly 9,000 sq. ft. with 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath main residence and attached 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath home with elevator. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,399,000

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Country French Flair in Smoke Rise

Monmouth Beach, NJ—Waterfront living at its best down the Jersey Shore! This 5-bedroom home with pool and private dock is just minutes from beaches, Pier Village and the ferry to NYC. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,395,000

Kinnelon, NJ—Captivating 13-room custom stone front boasts great rooms for entertaining and elegant architectural detail. Private, wooded 8-acre property with pool, spa and waterfall. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,375,000

Elegant Colonial

Appealing Lake Lifestyle

Randolph Township, NJ—Elegant custom 5-bedroom Colonial in Mendham Lake Estates boasts spacious center island kitchen, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, guest suite and breathtaking property with lake views. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,149,000

Randolph Township, NJ— Beautiful, spacious 5-bedroom brick estate nestled in the renowned Shongum Lake community. Enjoy glorious lake views and lake rights with beach, swimming, fishing, and more. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,139,000

Park-Like Setting Norwood, NJ­—Classic architectural details, elegant spaces and a park-like setting await in this 4,500-sq. ft. 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath Colonial-style home within an easy commute to New York. For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,099,000

Spacious countryside retreat Ringwood, NJ—Breathtaking 12-room retreat boasting 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths on 10+ acres. Spacious/luxurious living areas feature the finest appliances, fixtures and amenities. Must see! For more information, call 973-630-9368 $1,000,000

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KINGS POINT ESTATE Great Neck, NY—This unrivaled 20-acre wraparound waterfront Kings Point Estate presents a unique opportunity. With views of the city, this compound is magnificent, affording privacy and is just minutes from Manhattan. Diane Polland, Licensed Salesperson 516-441-3932; 516-606-2344;

Old Westbury, NY—Flawlessly classic, this spectacular 3-acre gated estate in the East Williston school district offers 8,000 sq. ft. of grace, true elegance, a pool, and new exquisite guest house. For more information, call 631-623-5120 $5,800,000





Sands Point, NY—Created by Romantic Modernist architect Norman Jaffe in a magnificent setting with a pool, this 7,000-sq. ft. stone masterpiece beautifully redefines unique custom excellence. For more information, call 631-623-5120 $3,650,000

Manhasset, NY—Exceptional! This 5-bedroom brick colonial in a 24-hour gated community celebrates rare custom style with a 2-story family room, Poggenpohl kitchen, first-floor master suite and views of Stone Hill Pond. For more information, call 631-623-5120 $3,195,000

Elegant 1929 Colonial


Old Westbury, NY—Traditional 10-bedroom, 6.5-bath, 3-story historic Colonial boasts stunning formal rooms. Its 4.8 acres feature pool, tennis court & 2-bedroom cottage. Exceptional East Williston (Wheatley) school district. For more information, call 631-623-5120 $2,998,000

Old Westbury, NY—Elegant 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath Center Hall Colonial situated on breathtaking property with pool, waterfall and spa. Surrounded by horse trails in the heart of Old Westbury in Jericho School District. For more information, call 631-623-5120 $2,798,000

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An Enviable Lifestyle

Manhasset, NY—Spectacularly adjoining the Great Lawn of the splendid Gracewood clubhouse, this supreme 14-room Hamptons-style home is a decorator’s showcase with every imaginable amenity. For more information, call 631-623-5120  $2,695,000

Old Field, NY—Secluded on almost 4 acres, this 5,900-sq. ft. brick Colonial features a tennis court, mineral springs heated pool with expansive bluestone patio, 3-car garage and so much more. For more information, please call 631-623-5120 $2,495,000

Edwardian Elegance


Garden City, NY—This 1910 Edwardian Colonial is the epitome of elegance. Exquisitely updated with every luxury, large formal rooms, fireplaces, a magnificent kitchen, 6 bedrooms & more.

Brookville, NY—Beautiful 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath expanded ranch with floorto-ceiling windows & great entertaining rooms. Jericho School District. Set on 2.3 acres with pool, hot tub & 3-stall barn. For more information, call 631-623-5120  $1,998,000

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1910 Charm

Lattingtown, NY—Enjoy this gorgeous waterfront community’s sandy beach and club house. This new center-hall Colonial boasts a 2-story foyer, elegant formal rooms, sumptuous master suite, chef’s kitchen and so much more. For more information, call 631-623-5120  $1,995,000

Dix Hills, NY—Brimming with country charm, this sprawling, circa 1910 French Chateau on 1.67 acres has unique appeal with a sun parlor, fireplaces, both living and family rooms and more. For more information, call 631-623-5120 Price Upon Request

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27+ Acre Estate

World-Class Equestrian Estate

Greenwich, CT—Nestled beside Topping Lake in Round Hill, this estate of more than 27 acres was once part of the Great Estate, Dunellen Hall. This rare, park-like compound includes a main house, tennis court, guest house and many outbuildings. One of Greenwich’s last stately tracts of lands with natural beauty, privacy & lake vistas.

Greenwich, CT—World-class 14+-acre equestrian estate with a Georgian Manor House, 20-stall barn, groomsmen apartments, jumping arena, riding trails, paddle & tennis court, pool/spa, and pavilion.

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Elegant Waterfront Lifestyle

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Spectacular European-Style Estate

Westport, CT—New 6-bedroom classic Shingle Style waterfront home features water views from nearly every room. Grand foyer, gourmet kitchen, luxurious master suite, and a deep-water dock.

Guilford, CT— Panoramic Long Island Sound views are the backdrop for this 4-acre Vineyard Point estate with an 8,500-sq. ft. European-style villa, guesthouse, 4-stall barn, and heated pool.

KMS Partners 800-767-0078

Wanda Pellegrino / Ed Pellegrino / Marie Lee 800-767-0078


Timeless Elegance


Belle Haven’s Top Secret

Riverside, CT—Classic 1926 renovated 6-bedroom Colonial on 2+ acres in 1-acre zone. Features exquisite moldings, 3 fireplaces, cherry cabinetry and built-ins. Guest house and English gardens.

Greenwich, CT—This Belle Haven beauty has 8 bedrooms; wide private lawn, high ceilings; new kitchen, pool and a classic wraparound porch. It’s a house full of light, character and fun.

Linda Collins 800-767-0078

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Remarkable Estate

A World-Class Gated Estate

Old Lyme, CT—This extraordinary 20-acre Connecticut River estate offers 1,200 ft. on Lord’s Cove, grand views, a c.1900 6-bedroom residence, a separate 3-bedroom guest house, and 5-car post-and-beam carriage barn with living quarters. Roger Parkman / Diane Gregory 800-767-0078


Enchanting Estate

Purchase, NY—Gated estate on 2 acres with private gardens & pool featuring a 2-story marble foyer, graciously proportioned rooms, 7 bedrooms, 7 marble baths, & an oak-paneled elevator. Peter Raider 800-767-0078


A Riverfront Sanctuary

Rye, NY—Superb 7,193 sq. ft. Rye estate on pristine 1+ acre in envied country club enclave. Grand entertaining rooms, magnificent chef ’s kitchen, pool and wading pool.

Old Lyme, CT—Offering access to the Connecticut River and beyond, this 13-room home features an eat-in kitchen, spacious first floor master suite and a freeform heated pool.

Michele C. Flood 800-767-0078

Joe Rhodes III 800-767-0078


French Country Château


Stately Fox Meadow Colonial

Harrison, NY—Gated 1.9 acre estate in Sterling Ridge designed by Frank J. Forster features an original stone & brick façade and Ludowici tiled roof, hand-hewn beams, and a free-form pool.

Scarsdale, NY—Brick Georgian Colonial in a premier Fox Meadow neighborhood features magnificent detailing, a grand circular staircase, and 8 bedrooms. Short walk to train and school.  

Michele C. Flood 800-767-0078

Alisa Kaplan 800-767-0078



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Premier Design and Location

Fenwick Waterfront

Westport, CT—New 6,000 sq. ft. Colonial by Coastal Construction on 1.23 landscaped acres in one of Westport’s most venerated enclaves featuring 5 en suite bedrooms and room for pool.

Old Saybrook, CT— Converted oceanfront barn in a historic enclave with glorious beaches and a golf course offers large open spaces, a master suite with private staircase, and seaside patio.

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Estate Living in Lincoln Rise

Gracious Country Estate

Purchase, NY—Custom Colonial with 6,000+ sq. ft., gourmet kitchen, 5 en suite bedrooms and a 3,000 sq. ft. lower level. Multi-tiered terrace, pool, spa, tennis court & 24-hour security.

Darien, CT—English stone estate on 1.5+ acres in the bucolic back country featuring a living room with beamed ceilings and first-floor master suite with fireplace.

Debbie Strati – Padawer 800-767-0078 

Betsy Nolan / Betsy Hulsey 800-767-0078


Architectural Intrigue


Timeless Elegance

Purchase, NY—Impeccable Colonial in a gated community with a marble entry, Christopher Peacock gourmet kitchen, 5 bedrooms with new en suite designer baths. Perfect for entertaining.

Larchmont, NY—Magnificent 1927 Tudor with original details, elegant living and dining rooms, 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half baths, library, sunroom, fabulous kitchen/great room on prime location.

Debbie Strati – Padawer 800-767-0078

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Privacy, Serenity and Creativity

Extraordinary Compound

Canton, CT—Craftsman-style lodge with 10,000 sq. ft. of living space on 33+ acres with pool, pool house, brooks, wooden bridges, meditation areas, a trio of ponds, and a campsite.

South Glastonbury, CT—1.2-acre estate featuring a great room with 2-story fieldstone fireplace, 4 en suite bedrooms, Gunite pool, and 2,500-sq. ft. sports complex as seen on MTV’s Teen Cribs.

Katie French 800-767-0078

Margaret Wilcox 800-767-0078



Picturesque Country Estate

A Mid-Century Sanctuary Irvington, NY—Mid-century home on .83 private acre with a heated pool. A total renovation includes a granite kitchen, marble baths, and master suite with a sitting room and dual baths.

Easton, CT—Picture-perfect country estate encompassing a renovated 10room period Colonial with massive stone fireplaces, French doors and an outdoor stone loggia and guest cottage.

Therese Militana Valvano 800-767-0078

Darlene Letersky 800-767-0078



A Waterfront Haven

Exquisite Residence

Guilford, CT—Recently renovated 1882 waterfront home on Sachem’s Head Harbor with 4 bedrooms, an idyllic seaside deck, and a gourmet’s dream kitchen. Steps to Sachem’s Head Yacht Club.

Briarcliff Manor, NY—Rebuilt in 2006 to an unparalleled caliber showcasing custom gourmet kitchens and baths, limestone floors with inlays, a custom pool and a cabana with kitchen and bath.

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New York/Connecticut

Country Estate

Premier Craftsmanship

Lyme, CT—Federal Colonial 10-acre estate with elegant proportions, 5 fireplaces, and a stone terrace and columned side porches with views of the pastoral landscape and gardens.

Madison, CT—Completely updated Contemporary Cape encompassing a family room with a floor-to-ceiling stone hearth, gourmet kitchen, and 5 bedrooms in an esteemed shoreline enclave.

Roger Parkman 800-767-0078

Lorey Walz / Meig Walz Newcomb 800-767-0078


A Piece of Paradise


Cultivated Architecture

New Rochelle, NY—Updated 1930 Colonial featuring 2 family rooms and 6 en suite bedrooms on 1.84 acres with putting green, sand traps, slate patios, and outdoor “pub,” all minutes to midtown.

Pelham, NY—California Ranch featuring tumbled marble appointments, a gourmet kitchen, finished walk-up attic & lower level, brick terrace, heated pool & pool house with kitchen & bath.

Mary Ellen Brick 800-767-0078

Laura Acocella 800-767-0078


Charming Colonial Residence


Connecticut River Grandeur

Madison, CT— New England Colonial features formal living and dining rooms, a custom kitchen, luxurious master suite, and inground Gunite pool complemented by a cabana with Viking kitchen. 

Cromwell, CT—Custom home with sweeping Connecticut River views featuring a 2-story family room with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, riverside terrace, & 15-acre common area with dock & beach.

Cathy Lynch 800-767-0078

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Stone walkways, which connect this five-acre East Hampton property’s multiple gardens, help create a sense of movement.

The late Washington post garden columnist Henry Mitchell

wrote that nearly any garden, glimpsed just right, “can be confused with paradise.” He might have added that a garden can be heavenly with a bit of devilishness thrown in. Such was the vision landscape architect Edmund Hollander, of Manhattan’s Edmund Hollander Design, had for a five-acre East Hampton property that had to fit both the manicured decorum of Georgica Road—where anything too unruly might raise the eyebrows of property-value-conscious neighbors like Martha Stewart and hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons—and the slightly rambunctious tastes of the wife. “I like an overgrown look,” she says. “A loose and flowing feel.” Hollander created a progression of gardens that gently diminishes in formality. Near the summer home of the wife and her investment banker husband, garden “rooms” are demarcated by fences and walls, as well as such formal plantings as hydrangeas, hollies and boxwoods. Moving toward the property’s edge, the land gracefully reverts to an informal, more natural state. And by summer’s end, this meticulous design is softened throughout, to the wife’s delight, by a vibrant array of blossoming flowers. The couple purposely chose a site that was a few blocks from the water. “I knew I wanted a real garden,” says the wife, noting that her dream would have been difficult to realize amid the constant buffeting of wind, salt and sand closer to shore. Architect Boris Baranovich was commissioned to design the homeowners’ classic-style shingle house; Hollander was brought in to begin work on what was then an almost barren lot. A decision to raze even more trees near the pool worried the husband, who is very sensitive to the sun. “He kept saying, ‘I can’t be in the sun—when will all of this grow out?’” remembers the wife. Now he’s just delighted because there’s so much shade, but my granddaughters complain that they’re freezing out there.” Because the homeowners are parents of two and grandparents of three, Hollander took care to create a landscape suitable for multigenerational use, one that balances active and passive outdoor living. Formal alfresco entertaining rooms abutting the house cater to the wife’s penchant for cocktail parties. A fragrance walk (redolent with daphne and sweet bay magnolia) and rose garden (overflowing with Graham


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An informal bed of Graham Thomas and Heritage English roses frames the pool lawn.

Thomas, Heritage English, David Austin and other roses) encourage the quiet contemplation appreciated by older family members; a tennis court, swimming pool and golf green meet the active needs of the whole tribe. There is even a children’s garden, providing a private world for the family’s youngest members. “There’s a very proprietary feeling to that children’s garden,” says Hollander. “Children always like to say this or that is ‘mine.’ That garden is definitely theirs.” It includes a playhouse, Seven Dwarves statuary and fragrant flowers that “feel good to play in.” Stone walkways connect all of these. “The intricate series of paths and connections,” observes Hollander, “gives the property a great sense of movement that encourages you to stroll from garden to garden to pool to golf green.” All of the rooms, he adds, are planted “with a layered lushness and density that approximates the surrounding landscape.” The driveway, for example, has a canopy of mature sweet gums and oaks with an under-story of dogwood and magnolia. A profusion of daffodils blossoms at ground level. The swimming pool is lined by a fieldstone wall, over which arc yellowwood trees underplanted by oakleaf hydrangeas and Dixie Wood ferns. A poolside pergola draped with wisteria and roses creates a bountifully flowering wall. Such density of flora and fauna is not merely a response to the surrounding landscape. “I don’t like having just one of this and one of that,” says the wife. “I want big masses of things, and I hate to see mulch!” So, instead of one variety of hydrangea, there are 25. Rather than one ubiquitous viburnum, Hollander alternates six. There are also multiple varieties of berry plants and a constantly changing parade of annuals. Come September, all of these plantings blur the lines of the master plan and create a mellow, meandering mood. p re v iews

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starter home, reborn An ambitious addition and an extensive remodel allow a Smoke Rise family to remain in the house they love




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The cranberry trim on existing custom window treatments inspired the dining room’s vibrant palette.



in their too-small 1950s Cape Cod in Kinnelon, the homeowners knew it made sense to simply buy a bigger home, rather than embark on an extensive redo. But with 30 years of memories invested in this space—the couple’s first home, which they share with their daughter, a grad student—they found it hard to say goodbye. “So much has happened here—you become attached,” explains the wife. “We didn’t want to give up something we’ve come to love.” Their hearts won. The couple hired Joel E. Jenkins Architect in Sparta to add approximately 1,000 square feet to the home, which is set on 2 wooded acres in the Smoke Rise community. The construction included a complete gutting and expansion of the oncesmall kitchen: A wall dividing the space from the family room was removed and sliding-glass doors were installed, allowing sunlight to pour in and giving the residents a glorious view of the landscaped backyard. New cherry cabinetry brought warmth to the larger space. “Before the room was more enclosed and far less functional,” the homeowner says. “Now it’s open and gives you a feeling of home.” But once construction was complete, another daunting task presented itself: decorating the newly enlarged home. Realizing that they needed professional guidance, the wife began searching for an interior designer who was eclectic, down-to-earth—and local. “As a businessperson myself, I always try to work with members of the community,” she says. And when she met Tamara Dunner of Kinnelon’s Tamara Dunner Interior Design, she recalls, “we had a good connection. She’s very personable, and we clicked.” Dunner’s vision was to draw on some of the home’s existing style elements, but heighten the flair factor. “I tend to work with what my clients have, but use PREVIEWS

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An extensive addition opened up the once-cramped kitchen, below, where rich cherry wood adds instant warmth. “Serene” was the objective in designing the master bedroom, at right.



an approach to make them ‘pop’ more,” the designer explains. Take, for example, the dining room. The inspiration for the space came from the cranberry-hued trim on the room’s existing custom window treatments, which the wife adored. “The previous color scheme was a bit cautious,” Dunner notes. So while she kept the pale-pink wall color for contrast, she updated the homeowners’ once pale-pink chairs with both a rich red, mini-patterned fabric and a coordinating stripe. Formerly white built-in cabinets were transformed with the room’s signature color, while a glass table now provides a clear view of an antique rug that ties it all together. “The cranberry color just livened the space up,” Dunner says. “The room became warm and inviting.” In the adjacent living room, Dunner encouraged the homeowners to display meaningful pieces—family heirlooms, as well as gems from their extensive travels—and then juxtaposed these treasures with interesting patterns. “I love that room because it’s not about decoration, it’s about sharing things that have meaning,” the wife says. Among the eclectic items featured are a trunk from Mexico, a painting from Sicily, an antique lamp from the wife’s mother and a pair of candlesticks (once hidden in a closet) that were a gift from a grandmother. A quirky knickknack—a simple-yet-elegant marionette showcased on a stand—adds interest in the corner. While Dunner kept the bold patterned wallpaper, she replaced floral win-

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Family heirlooms, travel treasures and a host of interesting fabrics imbue the living room with a fun, homey, eclectic quality.



dow treatments with the quieter style of a luxe Pindler & Pindler fabric over just one window. A bevy of textiles gave new life to the homeowners’ original furniture; thus, a Duralee gold-and-green plaid, a vibrant coral with a small print, a bold stripe and an intricate flame stitch by Lee Jofa all peacefully coexist in the space, while a sprawling antique rug anchors the room. Pattern takes center stage again in a petite powder room, where the designer opted for whimsical Thibaut wallpaper that reflects the homeowners’ love of the outdoors with its topiary and avian touches. “Putting a large pattern in a small room is a great way to make a statement,” Dunner notes. A black granite–topped cherry vanity with hand-painted greenery mirrors the look. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a serene retreat. The comforting space features sage walls, silk window treatments, a custom-designed reversible duvet set and an upholstered bench that also provides storage for extra blankets. The en suite master bath has luxurious touches, including his-andher stations and a heated floor. “All these years we’ve worked so hard, and now we splurged on ourselves,” the wife notes. The renovation complete, the family has no doubt that they made the right decision by remaining in their cherished dwelling. “We have deep roots in Smoke Rise, and this is now the perfect home,” says the wife. “Why would I ever want to leave?”

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Both modern and cozy, the once-empty dining room gets pop from a bold light fixture, textured chocolate brown wallpaper and matching curtains that let light dapple in.


“When we started it was really just a blank square,” recallS DESIGNER

Designed by Lara Michelle Feinsod photography by Chuan Ding

Lara Michelle Feinsod, describing the roughly 15-foot by 15-foot room just off the foyer in Melissa and Andrew Kaminsky’s Rye Brook Colonial. The couple had moved into the home a year and a half earlier after relocating from Manhattan with their two young sons, and had tackled a number of other renovations already. “Lara had helped us design our powder room, bedroom and a homework room for the boys,” says Melissa. “But turning this empty space into our dining room would be our biggest project together.” But where to begin? “They told me they wanted something contemporary with blues, beiges and browns,” says the designer, owner of Lara Michelle Beautiful Interiors Inc. in Rye Brook. “But because the home is a Colonial, we decided to mix in some traditional elements. I never like to depart too much from the ‘bones’ of a house.” Adds Melissa: “We’re not real formal, so we liked the idea of something simple yet elegant with a little color and ‘pop.’” Seeking to achieve that perfect blend, Feinsod boldly contrasted colors and styles throughout the space. To enliven the room’s walls, for instance, she juxtaposed traditional white wood paneling with a striking chocolate-brown textured wallpaper from Larsen. The paper’s intricate woven pattern is repeated on the window curtains, also from Larsen, which block an undesired view of the driveway while still allowing sunlight to filter in. Dark and light hues are also contrasted in the room’s key furniture pieces, all from Baker, including a walnut buffet with a limestone top and a large walnut dining-room table with matching chairs that are upholstered in faux crocodile leather from Dedar—a material cleverly chosen for its durability and stain resistance. “Between our kids and golden retriever that sheds all over the house, the faux crocodile is perfect— if there’s a stain I can just wipe it off,” says Melissa with a laugh. Overhead, a bold contemporary-style fabric chandelier from Stonegate Designs adds illumination. “I must have shown Andrew and Melissa 20 different lights before they chose this one; they didn’t want your everyday traditional chandelier,” says Feinsod. Agrees Melissa: “A typical chandelier with crystals just wasn’t us; this just suited our tastes better—we were both instantly drawn to it.” Two fabric-shade sconces with brushed nickel bases add extra light to the walls. Also contributing to the homey feel is a comfy window seat topped with a coffeehued cushion from Glant. A large sequined pillow from Lillian August and smaller throw pillows upholstered in fabrics from Lee Jofa, Kravet and Barbara Barry add extra panache. Finishing touches include artwork from Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Manhattan and a pen shell–framed mirror from Oly on the walls, plus mercury glass candlesticks from Oly and real animal horns from Mariani Gardens in Armonk, all placed atop the dining room table. Now, with ample seating for entertaining, the room has become a lively hub for holiday meals. “We’re very happy with our new dining room,” says Melissa. “Everyone who comes in says they love it, and our friends who saw the room before, when there was nothing in it, are really taken aback by its transformation.”


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A storied Manhattan hotel begins a second golden age, thanks to a meticulous restoration by architect David Rockwell

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If a Manhattan “staycation” sounds tempting, spend a sojourn in the swank Carlton Hotel at Madison and 29th Street in the city’s re-energized NoMad neighborhood. The Beaux-Arts beauty is brimming with ultramodern amenities, while boasting an enchanting history fit for an Edith Wharton novel. Designed by renowned architect Harry Allen Jacobs, The Carlton originally opened as the Seville Hotel in 1904. Built of red brick with white terra-cotta trim on a rusticated limestone base, it featured such sculptural ornaments as rounded copper bays, cartouches and panels with foliage and lion heads. A stunning Tiffany-style glass skylight was also a focal point (later painted over to guard against World War II air raids). Recently, architect David Rockwell completed a multi-million dollar renova30



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tion that has returned the hotel (renamed The Carlton in 1987) to its former grandeur. A fleur-de-lis on the original hotel’s second floor so captivated Rockwell that he made it a design motif. He salvaged an existing antique revolving door and put in herringbone-patterned wood floors, oiled-bronze handrails, distressed paneling and antique mirrors. The skylight made a comeback, all 317 rooms were tastefully transformed and the lobby now features a cascading two-story waterfall. If you stay, you’ll find Herald Square and all of Midtown’s thrills just a few blocks to the north and the year-old, three-story Limelight Marketplace just to the south and west. And after you’ve dined a time or two at the hotel’s own eatery, Millesime, take in a casual-yet-elegant meal at nearby Madison & Vine wine bar or DB Bistro Moderne, a Parisian-style bistro run by famed chef Daniel Boulud that serves contemporary French-American fare. All rooms offer complimentary wireless Internet access, 42-inch LCD TVs, iHome docking stations and electronic safes. Not keen on leaving your pooch behind? For an extra $50 he can come along through the hotel’s “Love Your Pet” package, which includes a doggie welcome treat, bed, blanket, leash and more—just another feature that makes a visit to The Carlton worth staying close by.

FACING PAGE: Behind a soothing waterfall in the lobby of The Carlton Hotel, there’s a vintage photo of the hostelry in its infancy as the Seville more than a century ago. THIS PAGE: Rooms at the reborn Carlton are done in a rich palette of browns, creams and golds; a crystal light fixture adorns the mezzanine level; the acclaimed new 150-seat Millesime (French for “vintage”) opened in The Carlton in November 2010. It’s a “casual seafood brasserie” presided over by chef Laurent Manrique. previews

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restaurant guide If you’ve got a craving, there’s a dining establishment in the area that will satisfy it. Turn to this listing next time you want a wonderful meal out. Amanda’s

twist, with takes like cheesecake pops with

in honor of his wife), Lorena’s serves up a

A beautiful brownstone provides a romantic

bubblegum whipped cream. 26 Ridge Road,

delightful menu rich in creative and impec-

backdrop for a New American menu paired

Rumson, NJ; 732-842-8088

cably prepared French dishes. 168 Maplewood

with a well-edited wine list. Those in the know head here for the $15 prix fixe earlydinner special, and brunch continues to be a top draw. 908 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ; 201-798-0101 Bernards Inn The 960 wine bottles on display only hint at the 11,000-plus cellar of this American favorite. Jazz pianists in the clubby bar add to the romantic environment, while two formal dining rooms provide the perfect backdrop for a night out. 27 Mine Brook Road, Bernardsville, NJ; 908-766-0002


Avenue, Maplewood, NJ; 973-763-4460

From Cajun calamari to country-fried steak,


the down-home Southern favorites at this

Updated Italian classics, from linguine put-

tri-level eatery are second-to-none. 19 Dennis

tanesca to eggplant rollatini and stuffed veal

Street, New Brunswick, NJ; 732-249-1551

chops, have been served up for more than

ESTY STREET Thanks to a recent renovation by co-owner

two decades at this friendly spot. 21 Lafayette Avenue, Suffern, NY; 845-357-9108

and interior designer Philip LaBossiere, this


classy New American eatery boasts a glamour-

Since 2000, Chef Nicholas Harary has been

ous ambience that lives up to its superb sea-

wowing diners with his modern menu and

sonal fare. 86 Spring Valley Road, Park Ridge,

an award-winning wine cellar. Opt for the

NJ; 201-307-1515

tasting menu to see the scope of the kitchen’s skills. Those looking for a more


casual experience can choose to hit up the bar/

Savor imaginative New American cuisine in-

lounge. 160 Route 35 South, Red Bank, NJ;

fused with French, Italian and Asian influences


at this popular BYOB headed by chef-owner Zod Arifai. The ambience inside the tiny


storefront is casual yet trendy. 554 Bloomfield

The dining room may be tight, but the

Avenue, Montclair, NJ; 973-509-2202

flavorful Thai dishes make it worth the squeeze. Familiar favorites like pad Thai are comple-

Café Panache

Freelance Café & Wine Bar

mented by dishes with a French fusion flair. 10

An ever-changing eclectic menu means you

Relax in this art deco bistro as you choose

never know what you’ll find at this small

from small and large plates of New American

South Street, Morristown, NJ; 973-971-9933

charmer, where the emphasis is on fresh ingre-

fare. A noteworthy wine list is complemented

dients. Signature dishes include braised short

by a revolving list of by-the-glass options.

ribs with dark beer and black molasses. 130

Note: No reservations accepted. 506 Pier-

East Main Street, Ramsey, NJ; 201-934-0030

mont Avenue, Piermont, NY; 845-365-3250



elegant environment. Cozy up to the fireplace

Offering breathtaking vistas of the twinkling

Enjoy contemporary American cuisine from

and enjoy a glass from its winning wine list. 6

Manhattan skyline, this romantic eatery on

Chef Christopher Dunn at this upscale restau-

Roosevelt Avenue, Chatham, NJ; 973-701-0303

the Hudson River specializes in upscale steak

rant situated in Nyack’s former village hall and

and seafood dishes. Lincoln Harbor, Pier D-T,

jailhouse. Historic charms include walls and

Weehawken, NJ; 201-348-6628

ceilings covered in pressed tin from the 1800s.

Chez Catherine

32 /

134 Main St., Nyack, NY; 845-353-1355

Serenade Husband-and-wife team James and Nancy Sheridan Laird have created a charming contemporary French dining experience in an

VARKA ESTIATORIO You’ll feel swept away to an Aegean isle at this hot spot in downtown Ramsey, which serves fresh seafood by the pound and fine Greek

Take a trip to Provence, France, without leav-

Il Mondo Vecchio

specialties. Guests can also enjoy outside patio

ing the country, thanks to this bistro serving

The crowds and tin ceiling aren’t the only

seating during the warm months. 30 North

expertly prepared French cuisine. Dine on

reasons this place is humming: Diners are

Spruce Street, Ramsey, NJ; 201-995-9333

classics like escargot a la Bourguignonne

abuzz over the Italian fare. Bring your own

and Coquilles St. Jacques, then finish with a

bottle of wine to sip as you dine on home-

chocolate soufflé. 431 North Avenue West,

made pasta or grilled lamb chops. 72 Main

Westfield, NJ; 908-654-4011

Street, Madison, NJ; 973-301-0024



homemade gnocchi with lamb Bolognese

Reservations are required at this tiny BYO

For a decade, Chef Michael Latour has

and pan-seared sea scallops with quinoa and

serving a continually changing menu of

been delighting his diners with signature

coconut Thai broth. 12 North Broadway, Nyack,

modern New American fare. In the summer,

dishes like beef Wellington. For a true sense

NY; 845-353-7667

sidewalk seating gives more diners the chance

of the chef’s capabilities, indulge in the

VELO Pair tasty gourmet fare with fine vino at this upscale bistro and wine bar with an elegant, relaxed setting. Menu highlights include


to enjoy the fresh preparations. 33 Walnut

five-course tasting menu. 6 East Ridgewood

Street, Montclair, NJ; 973-744-0533

Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ; 201-445-5056

David Burke Fromagerie


overlooked are the inventive small plates and

Manhattan chef David Burke returns to his

Under the leadership of the CIA–trianed

entrées, with offerings that include crispy

culinary roots in the kitchen that helped launch

Chef Humberto Campos Jr. (who named

yellowtail cheeks and truffle gyoza. 110

his career. American fare gets an innovative

this charming, revered gem of an eatery

Main Street, Nyack, NY; 845-358-7977

Fresh sushi and sashimi tempt the palate at this upscale Japanese eatery. But not to be

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