“Abbey Farm” a stunning 30,000+ square-foot mansion in Colts Neck was the inception of Abbey Feiler-Kober. This French inspired mansion was featured in “Homes of the Rich” has been called the crown jewel of Colts Neck.
“I wanted a French country look, like it’s been here for 400 years,” Feiler-Kober explained during an interview, noting the antique brick and stone exterior. Feiler-Kober’s vision was brought to life by J.Costantin Architecture of Morristown and build in 2012.
Forbes Magazine described the property as “a blend of wood, marble, granite, porcelain, stone, and mosaic glass”. The home is filled with breathe-taking light-filled spaces arranged for extravagant entertaining and inspired aesthetic daily living and contemplation. This gated residence, located on what many consider to be one of the most coveted streets in town, allows entry through a winding driveway, bordered by three awe inspiring ponds. Fountains complete the experience, as you approach the magnificent masterpiece created for living and entertaining in luxury.
Monmouth Medical Center, St. Barnabas, CentraState, and The Ashley Lauren Foundation are just a few of the organizations previously hosted inside the mansion.
The French chateau was also used to film several episodes of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” and has served as a backdrop for countless high-profile shoots, including Kathy Wakile’s cookbook, Industry magazine covers and layouts for CoCo Pari of Red Bank.
Inside the home, you will find six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, two-story rotunda foyer with double helix staircase, two-story great room with massive 8’x7′ fireplace including stone hearth and custom wet bar, two-story family room with fireplace and media center, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, and six-car garage.
For those with a keen eye, impeccable taste and a desire for entertaining, this could be a chance to claim the crown jewel of Colts Neck as your own.
The property is currently available for purchase and listed exclusively with Sarah Findel of Engel & Volkers.