Last summer, a waterfront property in Greenwich, Conn. became the most expensive property available in the United States. Cooper Beech Farm, which spans across 50 acres and features a mile of water frontage on the Long Island Sound hit the market with a staggering $190 million price tag. The estate has not been publicly listed for more than a century since the current owner, timber tycoon John Rudey, bought the home more than 30 years ago in an off-market deal. The property was first purchased in 1896 and Harriet Lauder Greenway purchased it in 1904 before living there for 75 years.
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