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Location: West Orange, New Jersey
Built in 1990, this breezy contemporary in northern New Jersey is among the last works of famed American architect Norman Jaffe, whose 35-year career was highlighted by many a unconventional beach houses in the Hamptons. Norman, who passed away in 1993 from drowning, brought his signature affinity for natural wood and stone to this relatively more traditional home, now on the market for the first time asking $1.895M. The residence, lit up by copious skylights, glass walls, and windows of many sizes, spreads three bedrooms over 3,648 square feet and comes with a pool.
The property is set on 3.41 secluded acres in Llewellyn Park, one of the oldest planned suburbs in America and counts Thomas Edison among its famous residents.