Tim Armstrong is an American executive and former AOL CEO. He has recently listed his waterfront mansion in Connecticut. The astonishing property as an asking price of $26.75 million.
The 2.2-acre lot is located on a lake that features incredible views. The lake opens to Long Island Sound, and the mansions has access to it!
The single-family home is 11,365 sqft that includes six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms.
The shingle and stone construction was built in 2009 designed by a prestigious architect firm Shope Reno and the interiors were design by Victoria Hagan.
The mansion includes a formal dining room, living room, an open kitchen with a bar, an office with a fireplace, a lounge, a bar, a wine wall, a game room, a terrace, lawns/gardens, and an infinity pool that is overlooking the lake. Well to be fair, most rooms are facing that view.
Check out the astonishing interiors in the pictures!
Armstrong bought the property back in 2008 for $10.4 million and built a custom estate. As a Plus, the home’s exterior has been featured once in a TV show called “Billions”.
The Great Island Estate in Darien, CT, previously listed on CastlesMag.com, had now reduced in price by $55 million. It is currently priced at $120 million. There are over a dozen freestanding residences included with the estate.
Currently Connecticut’s most expensive property, the estate offers a full mile of Long Island Sound waterfront and has a private bridge connecting it to the mainland.
The stone-clad Colonial-style main house covers an incredible 13,100 square feet, making it a mansion in and of itself. The beautiful home is fitted with entertaining spaces overflowing with large windows, glass doors, and luxury materials. It holds seven fireplaces, herringbone wood floors, vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, and chandeliers.
It holds nine bedrooms, including an expansive master suite with a large walk-in closet, a fireplace, and a private balcony.
The home sits on a 63.5 acre plot, with several additional buildings designated for guests and staff. There is a dock that will accommodate yachts up to 100′, gardens, woods, terraces, an 18-stall granite stable, riding arenas, and a swimming pool as well.