Copper Beech Farm Mansion-The most expensive home in America Greenwich
Aerial view of the highest priced home in the country (above)
A $190 million dollar home! Yes it is true.  Built in 1898, this 13,500 square foot mansion sits on 50 acres of land and boasts about one mile of shore front.  It is called Copper Beech Farm.  Located Greenwich, CT, a town known for its unbelievable mansions, the real estate listing says this home "has no peers".

Listed by Christies International Real Estate, this estate has 12 bedrooms, 7 full baths, 2 partial baths, a 12 foot ceilings in the main rooms, paneled library, pool and pool house, greenhouse, a beach, a carriage house, grass tennis court, a separate staff kitchen and spectacular water views.

The home was originally purchased by the Lauder Greenway family in 1904.  Harriet Lauder Greenway whose father helped Andrew Carnegie found U.S. Steel apparently sold it to timber tycoon John Rudey about 30 years ago.  Rudey now, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal a few months back, is selling the Victorian French Renaissance mansion because his children are all grown.

Mansion stone towers flowers Copper Beech Farm Greenwich Connecticut
Stone towers flank the front door of this Greenwich, CT mansion. (above)

Dining room carved ceilings wood paneled walls in the Copper Beech Farm manison
Dining room with carved ceilings and wood paneled walls. (above)

Living room in a mansion sectional sofa white molded fireplace leather ottoman Copper Beech Farm

Wood paneled library in the Copper Beech Farm marble fireplace
The wood paneled library with fireplace is fitting for multi million dollar home. (above)

Stone wall iron garden gate at Copper Beech Farm
A garden gate on the grounds of the 50 acre property (above)

Pool and spa at Copper Beech Farm overlooking Long Island Sound
The pool and spa in the backyard overlook the Long Island Sound. (above)
Wow.  Wish I could see more views of the upstairs bedrooms in the home.  Need to assess whether I would spend my $190 million dollars here.  Now...let's say there was a nice person who decided to give me this grand manse, I would take it in a minute...dress it up a bit and settle in right by the pool or walking the gardens.  Would be a great place for parties too.  Anyone offering this home to me?  Hello?  Anyone???

Would you take it or leave it? Do tell!

Happy Friday!



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