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Big incomes, bigger houses

These million-dollar mansions are located in neighborhoods where the median income can top $500,000.

Far Hills, New Jersey
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Zip: 07931
Far Hills, New Jersey
Price: $1.495 million

Beds: 4
Baths: 2.5

Description: Just 40 miles west of Wall Street is a leafy suburb of large homes on big lots. This one is an 11-room Cotswold cottage clone with generous-sized spaces, like a 540-square-foot kitchen and a 360-square-foot dining room.

Fine interior details include five fireplaces, built-in bookcases and cupboards and wide ceiling moldings. Outside are a whitewashed brick exterior walls, a slate roof and red shutters. The lot is shaded by massive old-growth trees and nestles in a hillside.

The wealthy community maintains its sense of space with strict zoning laws that mandate 10-acre plots, quite large for the most densely populated state in the United States. The zip code recorded an adjusted gross income median of $477,075 in 2004.

Broker: Coldwell Banker - Bernardsville

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