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Jon Bon Jovi is Selling His New Jersey Mansion — And You Have To See It

Getty / / Listing by Kathleen Coumou
By Josh Wells

You definitely want to Runaway to this listing, because rockstar Jon Bon Jovi has put his Middletown, New Jersey estate up for sale. And you could enjoy all the amenities for a reported $20 million.

But, believe us—it's beautiful.

Constructed in 1999, the Grammy Award winner's French-inspired chateau was designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern of NYC (the same firm that did Matthew Perry's for-sale LA condo), and it is decked out with all the comforts that any rockstar would be accustomed to.

The listing boasts an 18,000 square foot home, with 6 bedrooms, 7 full baths (two additional partial bathrooms), and 15 acres of land.

In addition to the immaculate interior, the grounds also includes 750 feet of riverfront views, a dock, and boat lift ready-to-go. And if you want to take a step out of the serenity of the estate, New York City is only 1 hour away via ferry.

Take a look below at the tranquil getaway, and see for yourself: / Listing by Kathleen Coumou

The exterior of the home showcases the stucco and limestone touches, along with the double-wide driveway that could fit a fleet of rockstar cars (or tour bus.)

The Christie's International listing also notes the features of the home, which include solid wood double doors, beamed ceilings, and an array of other comforts.

If that wasn't enough, there are additional four outbuildings which house a recording studio, workshop, "Shoe Inn" Pub (which includes an imported bar from France) and a few garages and storage. / Listing by Kathleen Coumou

As you enter the mansion, you are greeted with a custom circular staircase that is adorned with a "hand-forged wrought iron banister". The home includes exquisite details with details completed by Pierre Finklestein (the famous international painter and artist). / Listing by Kathleen Coumou

As you move deeper, the interior includes even more details of ornate and custom-designed fixtures and some beautiful interior design. / Listing by Kathleen Coumou

And if you needed even more of a reason to relax, you can escape to your very own private riverfront sanctuary, or your own bar overlooking the banks.

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