Montclair Homes For Sale: 60 Undercliff Road, $5,875,000!

60 Undercliff Stone Eagles MontclairThere’s more hot housing market news in Montclair. In addition to crowded open houses, a new listing joins Montclair homes for sale — 60 Undercliff Road, listed at a whopping $5,875,000.

The 19-room mansion, built in 1929, also known as Stone Eagles or the “Mochary House,” is on the National Register of Historic Places. There are 11 bedrooms, and plenty of bathrooms (7 full/4 half).

60 undercliff kitchenListing remarks:

Year-round views of NYC. Every luxury you would expect of a manse of this caliber. Full servants quarters, state of the art custom chefs kitchen. All baths done with the most exquisite stonework. The Finest Mansion in all of Montclair! Totally redone in 2006 to the highest levels that you would expect from a Manse of this magnitude!

60 undercliff road

The property is listed with Sam Joseph; according to the listing notes the taxes are $99,105 and the property was assessed for 3,046,000 (tax year 2012). There’s a carriage house, too.

Take a tour:
https://youtu.be/XhH9NosC800

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve always loved this home…the inside is nothing like what I imagined though. Priced way to high.

  2. If it sells for that much they are getting about a $90k/year tax break based on their assessment of $3,046,600.

  3. Stone Eagles (added 1988 – – #86003005)
    Also known as Mochary House
    60 Undercliff Rd. , Montclair

    Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering
    Architect, builder, or engineer: Olmstead Bros., Goodwillie & Moran
    Architectural Style: Other, Tudor Revival
    Area of Significance: Architecture
    Period of Significance: 1925-1949
    Owner: Private
    Historic Function: Domestic
    Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
    Current Function: Domestic
    Current Sub-function: Single Dwelling

  4. I agree with the first poster: The inside of the home really doesn’t do the outside justice. I would have liked to see what it looked like prior to the 2006 rehab.

  5. If you could find a craftsmanship masterpiece like this in Mendham or Irvington on the Hudson….it would probably sell quickly for double the price…. even with the same taxes.

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