Pendry Residences in New Jersey features a working farm, historic estate, and custom luxuries

Take a 20th-century Tudor estate, add Moroccan king and British businessman Richard Branson, add beets and tomatoes, and you have the makings of an ultra-luxe new community in the rolling hills of New Jersey.

Natrar, as it is called, is a rural community based on health, sustainable living and connection with nature. It’s located within a 500-acre park (think maximum privacy) in the Peapack-Gladstone neighborhood of Somerset County, New Jersey, less than an hour from New York City.

When complete, the 90-acre spread will include a modernization of the historic mansion (more on that later), a new Pendry Natirar Hotel, an existing highly-rated restaurant and cooking school, a working farm and 24 newly built gated residences – two of which are currently on the market for Just under $4 million each.

The Pendry Estate residences at 45 Abbey Road and 47 Abbey Road are designed to blend into the countryside. The townhouse residences (there are only 12 units in this gated area) feature a sleek, contemporary exterior made of wood and stone and floor-to-ceiling windows to celebrate the setting and surrounding views.

The four-story homes have two bedrooms and three bathrooms with more than 5,000 square feet of living space. An elevator connects the lower, main and upper levels. Magnificent views unfold from the rooftop belvedere, which has an indoor space for a yoga studio or office and an outdoor patio for relaxing or entertaining.

The main floor consists of the living room which has a gas stone fireplace and leads to an outdoor terrace. dining room; and a chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops and high-quality appliances. The bedrooms are located upstairs, and a large multi-purpose room with bathroom is downstairs. It is planned to construct dozens of other residences in the project’s farm area.

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