America’s Most Expensive Home is up for $190 Million

 America’s Most Expensive Home is up for $190 Million

The Copper Beech Farm in Greenwich, Connecticut is America’s best big-ticket home, which lists at $190 million. The 1890’s renaissance-style abode sprawls over 50 acre area and encompasses 13,519 aboveboard feet.Upscaling the best big-ticket home in Britain, this abode includes 12 bedrooms, 4,000 anxiety of baptize frontage on Long Island Sound and 2 adopted islands. A 1,800-foot-long driveway leads to a massive 15,000 anxiety of active space.

The French estate encompasses a wine cellar, seven abounding baths and two bisected baths, a wood-paneled library, a conservatory with a coffered ceiling, and a dining allowance with a fireplace.

The costly acreage additionally includes a grass tennis court, carrying house, angel orchard, two greenhouses, and 14-sided pond basin with an octagonal basin house. The capital apartment accept 12-foot ceilings, with a admirable carved broiler and French doors in the active room. It additionally boasts a academic garden, which is maintained by a horticulturalist with the New York Botanical Garden.

The abode was congenital in 1896 and still has the old speaking tubes from pre-electricity canicule and sleeping porches from the pre- air-conditioning days. Timber baron John Rudey currently owns this three-storey property. He bought the acreage with his wife Laurie in 1982 for 7.55million and took assorted mortgages back then.

The Greenwich property’s agent, David Ogilvy, of David Ogilvy & Associates has listed this abode at $190 million.

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