Copper Beech Farm, with 50 acres of waterfront property within the tony New York suburb of Greenwich, has offered for slightly below $139 million, believed to be a file house sale in Connecticut, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty stated Thursday
The property, as soon as owned by a household that helped begin what’s now U.S. Metal, dates again to the late nineteenth century. The primary home is a 13,500-square-foot mansion with eight bedrooms and eight loos. There is also a three-bedroom gatehouse and a two-bedroom carriage home with a clock tower.
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The property features a swimming pool, a grass tennis court docket, an apple orchard and two non-public seashores alongside Lengthy Island Sound.
“We at all times have important demand for Greenwich waterfront,” itemizing agent Leslie McElwreath of Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty stated. “That is the last word in Greenwich waterfront when it comes to the general acreage dimension and the unprecedented quantity of shoreline related to it.”
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McElwreath stated the property, which final offered in 2014 for about $120 million, was listed in February at $150 million and in the end offered for $138,830,000. She wouldn’t disclose the customer or vendor.
The Wall Road Journal reported the vendor is a restricted legal responsibility firm tied to Bridgewater Associates, the hedge fund based by billionaire Ray Dalio.
It’s the costliest house ever offered in Connecticut, McElwreath stated.
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“It was when it was final offered and I can inform you we now have not had a sale to exceed it since then,” she stated. “I can’t inform you the place it stands when it comes to gross sales in the US. … I might say it is within the high 20, but it surely’s nearly not possible to confirm that individual quantity.”