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Oprah Winfrey is looking for yet, another mansion for her collection. The New York Post has informed that Oprah is house- hunting in the New York area and the most impressive house that she has looked yet is the infamous $68 million dollars mansion in Alpine, New Jersey.

Oprah got to the house around noon and her security team asked everyone to leave the mansion and the grounds, so it would be empty when she walked through. Only a security guard was allowed to stay at his post at the gate.

The house itself is immense. It has 12 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, 30,300 sq/ft. a library, ballroom, movie theater, tennis court, saline pool, wine cellar, 11 car garage, several fireplaces, English gardens, ponds, pool house and a carriage house. The land alone is worth $15 million and the landscaping and stone walls are valued at about $5 million.

The house is only half-hour drive from Manhattan.

Honestly, I find hard to imagine all of that! Maybe it’s easier if we see some pictures.

This Estate could be Oprah’s new Home.

photo: The Wall Street Journal.

The Grand Foyer

Photo: The Wall Street Jornal.

The floor in the foyer is made of Italian and French marble.

Photo: Prominent Properties / Sotheby’s International Realty

Timeless beauty.


Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

This house has this gorgeous kitchen, plus a catering one.

Living Room

Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

Neautral colors and American walnut floors. Perfection!


Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

The owners chose antiques sconces and mirrors and they’re included in the price of the home.

Defining Elegance

Photo: Prominent Properties / Sotheby’s International Realty.



Photo: Prominent Properties / Sotheby’s International Realty

The architecture of this house is outstanding.


Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

Can you picture Oprah reading her books here?


Photo: Prominent Properties / Sotheby’s International Realty

If Oprah’s looking for perfection, she should buy this place.

Little Piece

Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

About 10 curved windows as seen here cost around $20,000 a piece. The driveway has radiant heat so the cars won’t get too cold in the winter and there’s no need for shoveling snow.

Pass it to me

Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

Would Oprah play some ball here? ๐Ÿ˜‰


Photo: The Wall Street Journal.

A subterranean drainage system is built into the rear lawn to clear away water quickly, so you can still play after a heavy rain. Trรจs chic!

Listing info: Prominent Properties / Sotheby’s International Realty
Info credits: The Wall Street Jornal and New York Post.

Oprah has houses in Chicago, Maui, and the Caribbean island of Antigua, also her mostly known Estate “The Promise Land” in Montecito, California. For that mansion alone she paid $50,000,000. But again, when it comes to Oprah, does money really count?

Oh, I almost forgot! If you buy this house and you don’t want to share your “vino” with anybody, you’re safe here. The wine cellar can be accessed only with thumbprint recognition software. Poor Stedman… ๐Ÿ™‚

What’s your thoughts? If you were Oprah, would you buy this place?


Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  1. Lisa said,

    Not impressed!! I just got to have that “at home” feeling and I surely wouldn’t feel that at this house. Why in the world would anyone want it? Seriously… Only cause they can afford it!! Hooray for you Oprah!! Does nothing for me!!

  2. Oprah:

    So blessed, I would love to have one of your
    small homes with everything in it. So you can
    enjoy this beautilful new home . You earned
    everything you have. May God keep blessing you!!


  3. Gaylanor said,

    Beautiful beautiful home. I have had mine since 2014 and I do not know where to start as for decorating. Of course my lil lovely home is only 1800 sqft.

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