Zygi Wilf, the real estate developer who made good and eventually became co-owner of the Minnesota Vikings, listed a retreat in New Jersey for sale last month. The 1990-built home is located in Springfield Township, and occupies a generally leafy lot measuring about one and one-third acres.
The property sits at the end of a cul-de-sac, so it and its neighbor are wrapped in a crescent of semi-forest. The house is a French-inspired six-bedder with at least ten baths across two levels. A few of the more striking details: the kitchen’s vaulted hipped ceiling, finished in tongue-and-groove and LED backlit, and the bright living room’s oak parquet.
A pool house on the property brings the total interior living area on the charmingly little estate to at least 14,000 sq. ft. Additional amenities include an entertainment room with a wet bar, a game room, a movie theater, and a master wing with an office and spa bath. Outside, the more temperate flora of this corner of the world happily dominates, protecting a secluded pool and recreation area from prying eyes.