They say it's a buyer's market, but Jon Bon Jovi's stunning Middletown home is still looking for a new owner.

Jon Bon Jovi, who was rehearsing in Asbury Park early this week, built a beautiful 18,000 square-foot Middletown home right on the Navesink. The asking price is $20 million which could be why the mansion is still up for grabs.

According to Christie's International Real Estate, this pad features six bedrooms and seven full baths, fifteen acres of land with gardens and courtyards, an elevator serving all floors, a heated outdoor pool with two cabanas and a separate outdoor kitchen, four additional buildings on the grounds including carriage house, barn, music studio, recreation building, and stables.

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The description sounds awesome.

The main house is an 18,000 square foot stucco and limestone home, detailed with a double-wide entrance driveway, brick courtyards, French balconies, tall and wide mullioned windows, historic and wrought iron ornate accents, arched alcove windows, slate roofs, tall chimneys, and copper gutters. Enter the main house through solid wood double doors and vestibule to an open two-story elegant foyer with limestone flooring, exquisite architectural details and a custom circular staircase detailed with a hand-forged wrought iron banister.

Here's a look inside.

GO INSIDE JON BON JOVI'S $20 MILLION MIDDLETOWN MANSION

Take a look at the listing from Realtor.com, here.

This isn't JBJ's only property we got an inside look at. Let's go south to F-L-A.

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