Donald Trump's Former Mansion Hits Market for $54 Million
"Decor-wise, it was all gold leaf -- all of this was gold leaves all over the place. It was kind of dramatic," listing agent Tamar Lurie of Coldwell Banker told the Connecticut Post.
When the couple divorced in 1991, Ivana followed the advice she offered in her "The First Wives Club" cameo: "Don't get mad, get everything." She got the Greenwich house in the settlement, along with $14 million, an apartment at the Trump Plaza on Third Avenue in Manhattan, and use of the Trumps' Florida mansion, Mar-a-Lago.
The current owners of the Greenwich estate bought it in 1998 for $15 million, the Post says, and toned it down with muted colors.
Here are some additional amenities of the former Trump manse:
- Guest house with bedroom suites and indoor pool
- Three-story rotunda
- Putting green
- Tennis court
- Three staff apartments.