The most expensive single-family home ever listed publicly in the United States has just sold for $120 million.
Originally listed at $190 million, Copper Beech Farm in Greenwich, Connecticut, sits atop 50 private acres with 4,000 feet of private frontage along the Long Island Sound and a pair of offshore islands.
Not to even mention the 15,000-square-foot Victorian and French Renaissance-influenced mansion that graces the property.
Built in 1896, the home features elegant finishes such as hand-carved fireplaces, soaring ceilings adorned with intricate artwork, and rich oak paneling.
Outside, the luxurious home has an 1,800-foot cobblestone driveway, a 75-foot heated pool with pool house and dressing room, a spa, grassy knolls, formal gardens, an apple orchard, tennis court, stone carriage house with clock tower, and a shingled cottage with a water view, according to Realtor.com.