This mansion is the most expensive home for sale in The Bronx for just $7 million

Every now and again there’s a property in The Bronx that catches the eye with its asking price and almost always, that home is in Fieldston.

And once again that’s exactly where the most expensive home on the market in The Bronx is located.

5020 Grosvenor Avenue in Fieldston is a massive 10,000 square foot home on almost an acre of land and even comes with a swimming pool/Via Corcoran

Located at 5020 Grosvenor Avenue, the 10,000 square foot Fieldston mansion, which was constructed in 2012, was listed 10 days ago for a whopping $7 million and features 7 bedrooms with 7 and a half baths, two fire places, a swimming pool all set on almost three-quarters of an acre of land, something that is unheard of in New York City except a handful of neighborhoods like Fieldston.

The mansion is also located at the 16 acre Villanova Heights, a fifteen home development that welcomed the first two mansions in 2009.

The home comes with two fire places/Via Corcoran

While it is currently the most expensive home on the market in The Bronx at $7 million, it is not, by far, the most expensive ever in the borough.

That honor goes to nearby 360 West 253rd, a massive 15,000 square foot home on 2.3 acres that was built for the second coming of Jesus Christ. Yes, you read that correctly. That property was listed for $15 million back in 2009 and by 2015 it was dropped to $10 million and finally sold in 2017 for just $6.25 million—a mere fraction of the original asking price.

The seven bedroom home also features seven bathrooms and a half-bath/Via Corcoran

At any rate, while 5020 Grosvenor may not have an interesting origin story like the Jesus mansion, it sure is a beautiful home that will make the family that can afford it happy.

Take a look at the listing and all the photos of your dream home here.

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Ed García Conde

Ed García Conde is a life-long Bronxite who spends his time documenting the people, places, and things that make the borough a special place in the hopes of dispelling the negative stereotypes associated with The Bronx. His writings are often cited by mainstream media and is often consulted for his expertise on the borough's rich history.