Inside Nick Cannon’s $3.2M New Jersey mansion as he plans east coast move before birth of fourth child this year

NICK Cannon owns a massive $3.2 million New Jersey mansion, as he plans to move to the east coast before the birth of his fourth child this year.

The Wild 'n Out host, who is set to welcome his seventh child, quietly purchased the property in 2018 after renting to buy, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

Nick's LA attorney is currently listed as the owner of the lavish home after he rented the mansion for a whopping $11,000 from 2015 – following his separation from Mariah Carey.

TMZ reported at the time that he bought the new digs to keep "dem babies,"Monroe and Moroccan, now 10, "out of the spotlight."

Nick's six bedroom, eight bathroom estate is situated in the secluded Saddle River neighborhood, just an hour outside of New York, and his mom reportedly helped him decorate it.

Photographs obtained by The Sun show the 8,371-square-foot home, built in 1989, sitting on 2.06 acres.

The house boasts a large two-story foyer and welcoming entranceway with a huge staircase featuring detailed wrought iron railings, along with a stunning glass chandelier.

Nick, 40, and his ever-growing brood with four baby mamas can run around the giant living area with multiple stone fireplaces and plenty of space for piles of toys.

A beautiful kitchen is also complete with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and ornate details.

The posh home also offers two terraces in the back, a partially fenced patioand generous pool area surrounded by lush green lawns.

Nick just landed his own self-titled show on FOX, which will start filming this fall in the Big Apple, just as he welcomes his fourth child in one year.

He often splits his time between LA, where he films The Masked Singer, and New Jersey, but family says he will be spending a lot more time on the east coast, which will be a "juggling act" when it comes to seeing his kids.

Nick's new show was initially slated for the fall of 2020, but was pushed back following anti-Semitic remarks he made on his Cannon's Class podcast last summer.

A family insider told The Sun: "Everyone feels this will be a major juggling act for Nick, he has so much on his plate.

"He definitely wants to be involved with all of the babies, he's a great father, but he's not superman.

"His schedule may ruffle a few feathers with these women, but hopefully they understand he's a busy guy.

"Nick will be in New York a lot more often with his daily show, and will be flying back to LA for other work commitments and to see his kids.

"A program like this involves long hours and dedication, and he's waited so long for it, he's really excited and he's done well for himself.

"But at the same time he still wants to be a dedicated family man, there will be plenty of coming and going.

"Mariah spends a lot of time in New York and travels around, so seeing his twins shouldn't be too difficult."

The Sun reached out to Nick's rep for comment, but did not hear back.

The star's latest baby mama, stunning model Alyssa Scott, shared a maternity Instagram photo with the star for Father's Day as her due date approaches.

She revealed she's naming their son Zen S. Cannon. He will be Nick's seventh child.

Nick welcomed twin sons, Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon, with deejay Abby De La Rosa earlier this month, who are based in Los Angeles.

In December, he also had a daughter, Powerful Queen Cannon, with Brittany Bell, with whom he also shares four-year-old son Golden Cannon.

Brittany is believed to be studying in Los Angeles, as she has discussed graduate school on Instagram.

The Sun revealed Nick's pro-life dad, James Cannon, feels his anti-abortion views are the reason he's been happy to welcome so many babies at once.

Nick also previously opened up about why he has unprotected sex with his partners.

Speaking to Howard Stern in 2017, Nick discussed his battle with autoimmune disease Lupus.

He said: '"I'm probably gonna die sooner than most people… so let's f*** all night! So why wear condoms? I might not be here tomorrow!"

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