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Touring Cobble Close Farms: Own a Piece of History & Luxury | Anthony Setaro NextHome

Touring Cobble Close Farms: Own a Piece of History & Luxury | Anthony Setaro NextHome

Join me, Anthony Setaro, a local real estate agent with NextHome and a producer/filmmaker, and historian as I take you on an exclusive 9-minute tour of Cobble Close Farms in Middletown, NJ. This unique property, once a dairy barn, has been masterfully converted into a luxurious 4,950 square foot home. Featuring a solarium, a magnificent parlor, a grand dining room, and a spectacular colonnade for three-season outdoor enjoyment, this estate is a true gem. Step inside to discover cozy stone fireplaces, breathtaking views of farmland and a serene pond, and the pastoral elegance that graces every room. Spread across 12 picturesque acres, this property offers endless opportunities for tranquil countryside walks and has become a favorite location for fashion, film, and television shoots due to its distinct character. Built in 1929 by the grandchildren of Isadora Strauss, who perished on the Titanic, Cobble Close Farms offers a rare chance to own a piece of history. The home’s exterior was featured in the 1976 film "The Opening of Misty Beethoven," adding to its storied legacy. This opportunity to own such a unique property comes around only once every 70 years. Don't miss this detailed tour of Cobble Close Farms and discover why this estate is a rare blend of historical significance and modern luxury. 🔔 Subscribe for more exclusive property tours and real estate insights. Share your thoughts and questions in the comments below, and let's explore the charm of Cobble Close Farms together. #CobbleCloseFarms #HistoricHomes #LuxuryRealEstate #AnthonySetaro #NextHome #ConvertedBarn #RealEstateTour #Filmmaking #FashionShootLocation #FilmLocation #PastoralElegance #IsadoraStrauss #TitanicLegacy #UniqueProperties #CountryLiving #ExclusiveTour #PropertyForSale
Monmouth Mall Ghost Town: Last Look Before Kushner Companies Redevelops it into Monmouth Square

Monmouth Mall Ghost Town: Last Look Before Kushner Companies Redevelops it into Monmouth Square

Step into the hauntingly abandoned Monmouth Mall in New Jersey with me, Anthony Setaro, a local real estate agent and filmmaker. This 9-minute video captures the final moments of this childhood haven, as the mall undergoes redevelopment by the Kushner Companies. Soon to be rebranded as Monmouth Square, the familiar landscape is about to transform. Wander with me through the eerie remnants of my past as I walk past the vacant or long-gone stores like JC Penney, Sam Goody, Game Stop, Suncoast Motion Picture Company, Gap, Aeropastale, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lord and Taylor, and many more. Experience the bittersweet nostalgia as I bid farewell to the Monmouth Mall that shaped my youth. Exciting updates unfold as I share that Whole Foods has recently inked a deal to lease approximately 40,000 square feet of space, currently occupied by Barnes & Noble booksellers. Barnes & Noble, in turn, will find a new home within the mall. Witness these significant changes firsthand and stay connected for more redevelopment updates. This video is not just about a fading mall but a visual chronicle of history in the making. Subscribe for more emotional explorations and be part of this transformative journey from Monmouth Mall to Monmouth Square by Kushner Companies. 🔔 Subscribe for more updates on Monmouth Square's redevelopment and join the conversation in the comments below. Share your own memories and let's explore the evolution of this iconic mall together. #MonmouthMall #MonmouthSquare #KushnerCompanies #RedevelopmentUpdate #WholeFoodsLease #BarnesAndNoble #NostalgiaTour #UrbanExploration #ChildhoodMemories #AnthonySetaro #Filmmaker #RealEstateAgent #MallRedevelopment #MonmouthMallHistory
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