Highest Priced Home Listing in U.S. -- $190 Million in Greenwich, Conn.

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We thought the Crespi/Hicks Estate in Dallas was expensive at $135 million, but this brand new listing blows that right out of the water. The Greenwich, Conn., estate of timber mogul John Rudey has just hit the market for an absolutely astounding $190 million -- making it the highest priced listing for a private home in the United States.

So what can $190 million buy you? To begin with, the enormous and lavish Copper Beech Farm boasts 4,000 feet of water frontage and two offshore islands. The main house, a French Renaissance mansion constructed in 1896, measures 15,000 square feet and boasts a wood-paneled library, a staff wing and a solarium. The grounds -- sprawled across 50 acres -- include an apple orchard, two greenhouses, a tennis court, and a 75-foot-long heated pool. But is it all worth $190 million? Judge for yourself.

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Highest Priced Home Listing in U.S. -- $190 Million in Greenwich, Conn.

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