Community Event: Ninety Acres Events Sat. and Sun., July 18 and 19, Far Hills

July 17, 2015 Turpin Real Estate

Summer Drinks on the Menu at Ninety Acres


Natirar in Far Hills presents two special events this Saturday and Sunday at Ninety Acres, the property’s celebrated gourmet restaurant.


Walk Around Wine Tasting: Wines of the Mediterranean takes place on Saturday, July 18 from noon to 3pm. Saturday marks the beginning of Ninety Acres’ Walk Around Wine Tasting season, and will feature a range of vintages from Spain, France, Italy, Greece and Croatia. A farm-fresh lunch buffet by Sous Chef Charles Bauer offers an array of ocean-inspired dishes.


Cocktail Making Class: Farm to Glass will be held on Sunday, July 19 from 1:30 to 3:30PM. Mixologists concoct fresh, seasonal ingredients which will be used to create unique cocktails. Learn how to make refreshing summer infusions, flavored syrups and more.


Turpin has a historic connection to the property surrounding Ninety Acres since we were involved in its transfer, resulting in a record-breaking sale in New Jersey. A landmark in Far Hills real estate, Natirar was sold by Turpin Real Estate in 1982 to H.M. King Hassan II, Sovereign of Morocco. The $7.5 million transaction set a record in the state of New Jersey that year. It was acquired by Somerset County in 2003 and a large portion of the property is used for public recreation. Natirar (named for the Raritan River, and “Raritan” spelled backwards) is located within the borders of Far Hills, Peapack-Gladstone and Bedminster.


For more information about luxury homes for sale in Far Hills, luxury homes in the Somerset Hills or luxury real estate for sale in New Jersey, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746.

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