Copper Beech Farm, a sprawling estate in
The 12 bedroom and 7 bathroom home stretches 13,519 square feet and sits on over 50 acres. This includes two undeveloped islands. Built in 1898, the property still has milking stalls and remnants of pre-electricity “speaking tubes” along with its more modern conveniences like a 75-foot pool, grass tennis court, and six garages.
It is no doubt secluded, opulent, and beautiful, but realistically it might not sell for $190 million. Current owner John Rudey, a timber magnate, and his Realtor David Ogilvy sure hope so, though. "It's one of these things where you cannot look and say 'It's worth X,' because there's nothing like it," Ogilvy told the Wall Street Journal. According to the listing, "This extraordinary Great Estate has no peers in Greenwich...there simply are no more in existence."