Asking Price for Donald Trump's Former Connecticut Mansion Drops to $45 Million
In late 2014 the asking price was $54 million -- now it's $45 million.
May 10, 2016, 8:53 PM
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Donald Trump's former Connecticut mansion is on the market -- for the discounted price of a mere $45 million.
The Georgian Colonial mansion's asking price was reportedly $54 million when it was initially listed in late 2014.
According to the listings site, the GOP presidential front-runner moved into the Greenwich mansion in 1982, when he was 35. He and his former wife Ivana purchased the starter mansion, a 5.8-acre home on a peninsula in Greenwich for $4 million.
When the couple divorced in the early '90s, Ivana won the Greenwich mansion in the property settlement. Ivana later sold the home in 1998 for $15 million.
The 19,773-square-foot mansion includes the main house and a guest house.
The property has eight bedrooms, 13 baths, a three-story rotunda foyer with double grand staircase, formal rooms and views of Long Island Sound.
The mansion, which was originally built in 1939, also includes a variety of luxurious amenities, including a home theater, putting green, multiple terraces and patios, tennis courts and three fully-equipped staff apartments.