Old Luxury Historic Estate Goes on the Market

It appears that the late Leona Helmsley’s mansion is going up for sale in Greenwich, CT at a price tag of $125 Million.

Built in 1918 by Daniel Grey Reid, a New York financier, the home was a gift for his daughter, Rhea, and her husband, Henry J. Topping, son of the president of Republic Steel. Originally the estate rested on 208 acres, but currently there are only 40 acres left. The historic home has over 20,000 square feet with a reported 10 bedrooms. Dunnellen Hall was named by Rhea for her mother, Ella Dunn. If you would like to learn more about the estate history, visit an article written about the upcoming sale.

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