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Tudor Revival Banks on Hedge Fund Revival

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Location: Greenwich, Conn.
Price: $15,750,000
The Skinny: In a bid to escape the Big Apple's corporate taxes, many hedge funds have decamped to that most famous of bedroom communities, Greenwich, Conn. Initially, the surge was, of course, a boon to a local market that wasn't really in need—what's that about the rich getting richer? Well, it turns out even the money-grows-on-trees types have had a bad couple of years, and several high-end estates have been hanging around on the market for more than a year. Intrepid, then, is the seller of this Tudor mansion, with its asking price of $15.75M. This is only the third time it's asked for any money in its 80-year lifetime.
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