HO-HO-KUS, N.J. — A mansion built and occupied by a former Ho-Ho-Kus mayor is on the market for $4.9 million, realtors said.
Bernard Lamb, chairman of the Republican Committee and state finance commissioner, owned the Georgian mansion in the 1930s.
His sprawling almost 4.5-acre East Saddle River Road home once boasted a stable and 2-car garage. A library and fireplace were later added.
Today, the property features:
- swimming pool
- tennis courts
- five fireplaces
- covered patio off formal living room
- balcony off master suite
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