Connecticut’s Record Home Sale Already Topped

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The $120 million sale of Greenwich’s Copper Beech Farm set a national record three week ago for the highest price ever paid for a residential property in the United States.

But Connecticut didn’t hold bragging rights long.

Copper Beech Farm, a Greenwich estate, has the highest asking price in the country. (Courtesy of Zillow.com)

Copper Beech Farm in Greenwich sold for $120 million. (Courtesy of Zillow.com)

The New York Post reports the price for Copper Beech already has been topped by the $147 million sale of an 18-acre beachfront property in the Hamptons.

The estate, with formal gardens and a pond, was purchased by a hedge fund manager, The Post reports.

Read more about the sale here.

 

 

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