8 Westover Terrace

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8 WESTOVER TERRACE is a Residential (4 Families or less) property with 3736 sq/ft of space. Taxes are $19,661 annually. This property was built in 1999 and is owned by CONAHAN SEAN & AMY who lives at 8 WESTOVER TERRACE. This property was last sold on 2007-06-08 for $927,700. This property is valued at $248 per sq/ft based on sales price. This property is valued at $199 per sq/ft based on total assessment. This property is zoned R-3, The building description is 2SF2CBG and land description is 102X145 AVG.

The property-related information for 8 WESTOVER TERRACE, WEST CALDWELL, NJ displayed on this page is obtained from public records from WEST CALDWELL, NJ and other sources. While such information is thought to be reliable, it is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. njtaxrecords.net makes no warranties or representations whatsoever regarding the quality, content, completeness, accuracy or adequacy of such information and data. We last updated our database for 8 WESTOVER TERRACE, WEST CALDWELL, NJ from public sources on 2022-09-22 06:12:18 UTC.
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Renowned architect Paul Rudolph designed this four-story home in 1970 for Sid R. Bass and the late Anne H. Bass. The 16,346-sqft home with floating planes and a 40-foot cantilever was the architect’s largest single-family project and received a 25 Year Honor Award from AIA Fort Worth. Fun fact: The steel-and-glass mansion once housed Anne Bass’ $363 million art collection.
Known also as the Hunter Barrett House, this 20,000-sqft house was the last residential project of famous Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei. The 1969 textured concrete and marble creation was owned by 6666 Ranch heiress Anne Marion and housed a portion of her 200+ piece art collection that sold for $157.2 million after her death in 2020.The Tandy House was designed for Anne Valliant Burnett Windfohr Tandy. | Photo courtesy of The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith’s America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Not only did Fort Worth pianist Harvey Lavan “Van” Cliburn Jr. achieve musical fame, but he also lived the high life in a 10,000-sqft home. If that wasn’t enough room, perhaps Mr. Cliburn practiced his noisier pieces in the home’s detached nine-car garage. A year after the pianist’s death in 2013, the house was sold for approximately $8.3 million. A suburb of Fort Worth, the town of Westover Hills is an independent municipality between Ridgmar and Arlington Heights. The 455-acre neighborhood has less than 750 residents and was once the wealthiest location in Texas per capita. The land was originally owned by Amon G. Carter and the properties were developed by architect A.C. Luther in the 1930s.Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, this Norman-Jacobethan revival-style mansion was the flagship home in the Westover neighborhood. Built by architect Victor Marr Curtis from 1923-1930, the home was owned by oilman John E. Farrell and was named “Home Beautiful” by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

If you spend late nights scrolling Zillow and thumbing through design magazines or Sunday afternoons puttering along at eight miles an hour gawking at houses, you’re in good company. We have major mansion envy for these five incredible Westover Hills homes. While they aren’t currently on the market, we can’t help but imagine what it would be like to set up shop in one of these bad boys.
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