Hedge fund billionaire sells Connecticut mansion for $25M

Former Soros exec had listed it for $32M

New York /
Nov.November 25, 2017 10:00 AM

Stanley Druckenmiller and 9 Sabine Farm Road (Credit: Getty Images and Sotheby’s)

Wall Street billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller sold his Greenwich Connecticut mansion for $25 million.

Sotheby’s International Realty’s Leslie McElreath had the listing for the 12,000-square-foot home on the 19-acre estate known as Sabine Farm, the Wall Street Journal reported. Druckenmiller and his wife Fiona restored the 1910-era house after purchasing it for $23 million in 2004. The home was meant to be a weekend getaway, but the couple never got much use out of it, according the the Journal.

Carolyn Sarsen of David Ogilvy & Associates was the broker for the unnamed buyer.

The transaction marks the third sale over $20 million in Greenwich so far this year, McElwreath said.

Druckenmiller, 64, has an estimated net worth of $4.7 billion, according to Forbes, and was formerly an investment strategist for George Soros. He closed his own trading firm, Duquesne Capital, in 2010. [WSJ]Will Parker


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