Award-Winning Journalist Geraldo Rivera is listing his riverfront home in the exclusive Edgewater Colony co-op in Edgewater, NJ. The co-op is conveniently located adjacent to the George Washington Bridge, making it perfect for easy commuting to New York City though far enough away to enjoy the ease associated with suburban life.
This nautical-inspired three bedroom, three bathroom compound is set on multiple levels and is surrounded by decks and patios where you can take in gorgeous views of the Hudson River and Lower Manhattan. The property’s crown jewel is its possession of one of the few privately owned boat docks on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River. This dock is long and features river mooring, which can accommodate large yachts and motorboats such as Rivera’s 70 foot ketch Voyager for over a decade. In addition, the dock includes a powerful boat lift that can be operated remotely.
Along with its boat dock, the property features top-of-the-line amenities that make it ideal for year-round entertaining including a heated pool, private hot tub, Koi Fish Pond, dockside cabana and great room featuring floor to ceiling views overlooking the Hudson River.
The listing is on the market for $2.95 million and managed exclusively by Lisa Poggi and Henry Song of the Sroka Worldwide Team at Douglas Elliman. For more information on the listing, visit: http://www.elliman.com/new-jersey/15-shore-road-edgewater-ybgtwph
Television journalist, news producer, and dynamic public advocate Geraldo Rivera, who recently celebrated a career spanning 40 years, has practiced a uniquely effective brand of television and radio journalism, pursuing and breaking stories that make a difference in people’s lives. Since the start of his news career, Rivera has covered seven conflicts, conducted exclusive interviews with personalities including Fidel Castro and Charles Manson, authored eight books, and received hundreds of awards for his work in television journalism. A dedicated philanthropist, Rivera has raised and donated millions for various charities and organizations, particularly those caring for the Developmentally Disabled and Autistic. This stems from his ground-breaking Peabody and Emmy Award winning investigations of the grim institutions that once dominated the treatment landscape.