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9 roaring fire $50 million price cut for Copper Beech Farm -- and it's still the nation's most expensive home
Other details: the living space measures 15,000 square feet and includes a dining room with a tracery ceiling, as well as a "huge solarium with a coffered ceiling with plaster detailing and three exposures," according to the listing.

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$50 million price cut for Copper Beech Farm -- and it's still the nation's most expensive home

September 20, 2013

Lo! How the mighty have fallen. Copper Beech Farm, the 50-acre Greenwich estate that roared onto the market in May with a record-setting $190 million price tag, has suffered the fate shared by so many of its nine-figure peers: It has just been mercilessly slashed. The price is now $140 million.

And even after the $50 million price cut, it's still the nation's most expensive home for sale. Read more about it in the captions. | By Sarah Firshein, Curbed

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