Mel Gibson’s house in Greenwich, Connecticut, has been on the market since 2007, when the price was set at $39.5 million. Two years later, it has been slashed to $29.75 million. So if you love a bargain, now’s your chance to snap it up!
“Old Mill Farm” was designed and built by the architect Charles Lewis Bowman in 1926 for a client who loved horses. It has 15 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms, with 16,000 square feet.
The grand living room with cathedral ceilings, dark wood-paneled walls, and stained-glass windows:
The house comes with a maze on the property. I love the gate leading to it:
I think I could be perfectly happy living in the caretaker’s cottage:
The house sits on 77 acres. The grounds and formal gardens were beautifully designed by landscape designer James Doyle. You can see the rest of the photos and get more Mel Gibson gossip in the Daily Mail.
10/10 UPDATE: The house just sold for $24 million. More details here.
P.S. Visit my Celebrity Houses page to see more, including…