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The Priciest Pad in One of the Country's Toniest Towns

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As far as impressive properties in Greenwich, Conn., go, Oldfield Farm seems to boast the best of the best: a grand, Palladian-style main house designed by Robert Lamb Hart with 33 traditional-style rooms dressed by the late, great interior designer Mark Hampton, not to mention 18 acres of grassy grounds featuring such creature comforts as a 39-stall equestrian center, a gazebo, a greenhouse, and polo fields. The eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom, 15,000-square-foot mansion was built in 1990 and includes separate guest and staff wings, a theater, a gym, a wine cellar, a billiards room, seven fireplaces, six powder rooms, and garages with space for 11 cars. After originally hitting the market for $45M in May, Oldfield Farm was taken off the market in July and re-listed in November for its current ask of $39.6M, making it the priciest property in a town full of its fair share of glitzy real estate.
· 160 John Street, Greenwich, Conn. [Zillow]