Best home deals in the Best Places

Sellers everywhere have had to shave asking prices to attract buyers -- even in Money's Best Places to Live. Here are homes with some of the biggest price cuts in the top 10 cities.

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Warren, N.J.
Warren N.J.

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Price: $2.195 million
Original price: $2.5 million

Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 5.5
Square feet: 6,252

This family home, a 16-room modernist mansion with old-world architectural flourishes, has it all. Its list of features includes a double-height living room, family room and foyer; six skylights, four fireplaces of Colorado cart stone, formal dining room, entertainment room and sauna.

The details are just as impressive: Palladian windows, Moorish arches, marble and wood flooring, vaulted ceilings, exotic paintwork and lap pool. Outside is a wraparound veranda, tennis courts, patio and beautifully landscaped grounds.

For further information: Prudential New Jersey Properties

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Last updated July 22 2009: 8:10 AM ET
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