The largest mansion currently on the market in New Jersey was once owned by silent movie star Gloria Swanson and is on sale for $9.9million.
The impressive Gloria Crest Estate sits on five acres of land and boasts all the luxury of a Hollywood estate but a mere five miles away from Manhattan, New York.
Once known as 'the White House of Englewood', the eight-bedroom property with nine full and five half-bathrooms sits alongside sweeping lawns, a lavish orchard and even has its own cabana that overlooks a nearby private lake.
Gloria Crest Estate (above) in Englewood, New Jersey, sits on five acres of land in a secluded spot surrounded by 10ft high walls
With an elegant marble double staircase (above) leading into the sprawling 24,000 sq ft property, it has rightly played home to one of Hollywood's elite actresses Gloria Swanson and also a man who was believed to be heir to the Polish throne
Once known as 'the White House of Englewood,' the impressive property is also equipped with a theater, an infinity pool, a chef's kitchen and much more. Here is one of several relaxation rooms in the house, decked-out in elegant yet warm colors
The home which is described as having a Mediterranean style has been installed with a full chef's kitchen (above), bright colors to accentuate the experience of those preparing food and dazzling marble kitchen tops
Ready, steady cook: There are ample work surfaces in the kitchen to prepare food for a family meals or guests
With beautifully designed wooden fittings, the large New Jersey living room leads into a games room with a pool table and a view of the home's five acres land that is all hidden away thanks to a 10ft high fence and tall trees
The home once belonged to star of silent screen Gloria Swanson (above), who won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of 'Norma Desmond' in the film Sunset Boulevard. She was also nominated for an Academy Award
With a gated entrance and 10 foot high walls enclosing the 24,000 sq ft property, the secluded spot is perfect for those who want privacy in their own slice of