Greenwich Estate Has More Than Highest-Ever Asking Price

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Copper Beech Farm in Greenwich carries a $190 million price tag, thought to be the most expensive asking price ever in the country.

But The New York Times reports the estate has something else, too:

In Greenwich, Conn., there sits an estate with an 1,800-foot driveway, 15,000 square feet of living space, 50 acres of waterfront land and a $190 million price tag. When it hit the market in May, it was proclaimed the most expensive home ever formally listed in the country, and an extraordinary monument to magnitude.

The estate features an 1,800-foot driveway, 15,000 square feet of living space and 50 acres of waterfront land.

But that was just the half of it.

Copper Beech Farm, as the estate is called, also carries more than $120 million in debt, surely making it one of the most heavily mortgaged homes in American history as well.

Read more the Times’ story here.

Read my post on the estate.

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One thought on “Greenwich Estate Has More Than Highest-Ever Asking Price

  1. D Snyder

    “Greenwich Estate Has More than Highest-Ever Asking Price”

    Who wrote that clunky headline? It doesn’t even make sense.

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