New Jersey real estate mogul and real estate heir Tom Wolffer’s estate is now home to a family of four with a collection of antique furniture, a painting and a collection for his late wife.
The property was named for Wolffer, who died in January.
The Wolffs are a family-owned property in the New Jersey town of West Elm.
They moved into their new home in June.
Wolff’s wife of 50 years, Nancy Wolffer-Hickox, said the family is thrilled about the move.
“We are very proud to have this home for our family, we have had it for more than 50 years,” she said.
It’s not a typical house.
The Wolff family has owned it for about 50 years.
Mr Wolffer said his wife wanted to make sure she could enjoy the place.
“I’m going to get my nails done, paint it, trim the trees, get the new carpet, get a new bath, and all that kind of stuff,” he said.
“It was a big, big thing for my wife, it was a great time for her.”
She is a great, great person, she is very generous.
She was not going to let anything go.”
Worthington is a city of about 9,000 people in central New Jersey, about 70 miles (110km) south of Trenton.
‘My family is very proud’Tom Wolffer is survived by his wife Nancy Wolff-Hicksox, sons Jack and Joe, and daughter-in-law Amy Wolff.
The home is owned by the Wolff Family Trust.