Former teen pop star Kevin Jonas has finally unloaded his Montville mansion.
Set on more than two acres along Quarry Lane Road, the five-bedroom, six-and-half-bathroom property sold earlier this summer for $2.25 million, according to state property records.
The sale was completed July 9.
The home, which is located in the exclusive Valhalla Estates neighborhood, is at the end of a cul-de-sac and includes a large saltwater pool and waterfall.
Inside, the home features “state-of-the-art amenities and attention to detail throughout,” highlighted by a large glass-walled wine cellar off the formal dining room, a billiards room and a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances, according to the home’s listing.
The second floor of the home, according to its listing, features a “magnificent master suite,” which includes a fireplace, two walk-in-closets, a dressing room and a “luxurious master bath.”
Property taxes for the home are $44,797.38. Listing agent Joshua Baris declined to comment on the sale.
Jonas, who grew up in Wyckoff, burst onto the scene in 2007 with his brothers, Joe and Nick, when their band, the Jonas Brothers, released their pop rock album, which rose to number five on the Billboard Hot 200 chart.
Kevin Jonas, the oldest of the brothers, is no stranger to the New Jersey real estate market. The Montville home is the third New Jersey home he sold in the last five years, according to previous reporting by NJ Advance Media. The most recent previous transaction was selling his Boonton home for $1.95 million in March 2017.
He is married to New Jersey native Danielle Deleasa, and the couple have two young daughters.
NJ Advance Media staff writer Joe Atmonavage contributed to this report.