The 30,000-square-foot mansion was built on the former Frick estate
The Garden State’s most expensive listing is only eight miles from Manhattan — and comes with a storied past.
The property belongs to Richard Kurtz, founder of the real-estate company Kamson Corporation. In 2006, Kurtz bought a 60-acre estate — which included a 1930s English manor house — from the heirs of Henry Clay Frick II, the grandson of the American steel magnate of the same name.
There was one stipulation: the 86-year-old Frick must be allowed to live in the mansion for the rest of his life.
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