The Most Expensive House in Westport Lists for $32M

The circa-1911 Tudor sits on 7.7 waterfront acres.Just a few miles up the coast on Beachside Avenue is a circa-1911 Tudor on 7.7 acres. It clocks in as one of Westport’s largest waterfront properties—and at $32 million, as the most expensive listing in town. The property has long sat at the top of the market, price-wise: Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue sold it in 2006 for $25 million, breaking all records, to financier Herbert Allison Jr. The TIAA-CREF executive who ran both Fannie Mae and, after the crash, the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) program for President Obama, passed away a few years ago. The main house measures nearly 8,500 square feet, offering seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. But the spread’s most impressive feature is the grand sweep of lawns that roll toward 365 feet of private waterfront, including a sandy beach. Victoria Fingelly of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

The entry features beamed ceilings and a fireplace.

A fireplace anchors the formal living room.

The family room opens up to the kitchen.

Two breakfast bars flank the entry to the kitchen.

There is plenty of room for entertaining in the formal dining room.

The office looks out over the ocean.

French doors in a screened porch lead to the patio,

The property features a built-in pool.

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530 Park Avenue, 14A
Striking 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home with open south views of the New York City skyline, and sun flooding through new windows from every room. The fantastic layout offers separation and double bedroom wings, each with designated baths. The chef’s kitchen features handcrafted Smallbone cabinets, Pietra Cardosa granite counters, and Italian porcelain floors. 530 Park Avenue amenities offer concierge, fitness center, children's room, sitting rooms overlooking an antique fountain and garden, media center, and library.

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