Click here to view the full photogallery. Location: Bernardsville, N.J. Price: $10.8 million The Skinny: A student of Richard Morris Hunt, the architect George Browne Post was a bit of a "starchitect" in his own right during the latter half of the 19th century. The Civil War veteran -- and former civil engineer -- was responsible for many precursors to the modern skyscraper. He designed New York City's eight-story Equitable Life Assurance Building, the first building to feature passenger elevators, as well as the New York World Building, a 20-story newspaper headquarters commissioned by Joseph Pulitzer that was, at the time, the tallest building in the city. Therefore, it's not exactly shocking that his country residence in northern New J...
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