WSJ Most Expensive Home Listed at $190 Million, Greenwich, Ct.
The Wall Street Journal reported the most expensive home for sale in the United States is at an eye-popping price tag of $190,000,000. The home is on 50 ½ acres of waterfront property in Greenwich, Connecticut that includes two off shore islands. The home itself is a 12 bedroom Victorian, French-renaissance mansion was built in 1896. All combined the property has a total of one mile of shoreline and comes with walled formal gardens, 75 foot pool and spa, grass tennis court, pool house, carriage house and gate house and of course its own beach.
Greenwich is a town filled with old money estates and has had many grand listings in the past. Leona Helmsley’s mansion originally listed for $125 million sold for $35 million in 2010. The most expensive sold estate in Greenwich in the past 5 years was a 20,777 square foot waterfront mansion that sold for $39.5 million.
*UPDATE ~ April 2014 the property sold for $120,000,000....Yes one hundred and twenty million.
David Popoff is a certified “Green Homes Specialist” Realtor with William Pitt Sotheby’s in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut.
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