The home marks the third Jonas and his wife, Danielle, have put on the market in the last five years — Here's why they keep moving

By Madison Roberts
September 05, 2018 12:15 PM
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Kevin Jonas is moving again.

The Jonas Brothers eldest member has listed his Montville, New Jersey, mansion for $2,488,000 with Joshua Baris of Coldwell Banker. The five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom home was built by Jonas’ real-estate development company JonasWerner, which specializes in building custom mansions in the tri-state area.

Jonas’s Hampton-style colonial mansion is the third custom-built home he and his family have put on the market in the last five years, local news outlet The Daily Record reports. The former pop star has lived in the home since 2016 with his wife Danielle, whom he married in 2009, and his daughters Alena Rose, 4, and Valentina Angelina, 22 months. He reportedly already has his sights set on another lot in the same area.

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Courtesy of Joshua Baris/NJLux.com

“My experience with custom builders is that once they build, they look for another project,” Baris told the Record.

The private home is equipped with an Elan Smart Home system (meaning you can voice activate controls in the residence) and features a large, glass-walled wine cellar off of the formal dining room, a lavish billiards room and a projection screening room.

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Courtesy of Joshua Baris/NJLux.com

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The gourmet eat-in kitchen features two industrial-sized refrigerators, updated appliances and marble detailing.

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Courtesy of Joshua Baris/NJLux.com

Upstairs, the cozy abode features a master suite with a fireplace, two walk-in closets, a dressing room, and a master bathroom with a soaking tub and double vanities.

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In the basement, the home includes a home-gym and a large recreation room for his girls to play in.

“The attention to detail is breathtaking,” Baris said.