Maury Povich and Connie Chung in New Jersey, Estate of the Day
The home was built in 1832 by Charles Hendrickson, a successful Dutch merchant. and the home has been nominated for National Registry of Historic Places. The listing describes it as being perfectly restored in mint condition. The property includes the 12-room main home with four bedroom, a spacious guest house and two live-in cabanas overlooking the in-ground pool. The 4.66 acre property also include garages, a workshop, putting green and an original barn with a loft. The property is listed at $2.3 million. Check out a virtual tour here.
Gallery: Maury Povich and Connie Chung