When Connecticut’s Copper Beech Farm sold for $120 million in 2014, it was the priciest home sale the country had ever seen, But, the buyer’s identity remained secret. Now the mystery owner of the storied 50-acre estate is putting it back on the market for $150 million. With nearly a mile of private frontage on Long Island Sound in affluent Greenwich, Copper Beech Farm is considered among the most significant single-family properties in the country.
Originally known as Kincraig, the estate dates to the 1890s and once belonged to the Lauder Greenway family—Harriet Lauder Greenway’s father helped Andrew Carnegie start what would become U.S. Steel. The centerpiece is a French-Renaissance mansion spanning approximately 13,500 square feet.
My Sotheby's Market Leaders partners Nikki Field and Leslie McElwreath have collaborated to present this amazing Waterfront Greenwhich Estate.
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