Warren County’s most expensive home valued at more than $2.1 million

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5 of Warren County's most valuable homes are in the same neighborhood.

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Warren County’s most valuable home features more than 8,500 square feet of living space on just under 0.8 acres in the Long Cove development in Deerfield Twp., where five of the county’s highest valued homes are located, according to the Warren County Auditor’s Office.

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There were 95 homes valued at $1 million or more listed by the auditor in response to a public-records request. The list does not include properties worth more than $1 million, when most of the value is in the land, rather than the home, according to County Auditor Matt Nolan.

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The five-bedroom masonry home is valued at more than $2.1 million, about $400,000 less than the most highly valued home in Montgomery County.

The building is valued at nearly $1.9 million. The property and house sold for $1.5 million in January.

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The home, built in 2008, includes a 3,679 square foot finished basement and a 650-square foot rear porch valued at $13,000. There are five full baths, four gas fireplaces and two half baths.

The outdoor pool is 25 by 49 feet and valued at $44,100. A 16-by-16-foot covered patio is worth another $6,200, according to the latest property valuation.

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