Finance bigwig lists Greenwich estate once owned by Mel Gibson for $22.5M

TRD New York /
Feb.February 08, 2018 11:56 AM

Newbury Partners finance executive Richard Lichter is selling his Greenwich mansion for $22.5 million, which would be a $1.5 million loss on what he paid Mel Gibson for it in 2010. The 75-acre estate is known as Old Mill Farm — though during Gibson’s 15-year ownership of the property the Australian actor called it Wayne Manor, a reference to the fictional home occupied by Batman’s Bruce Wayne. The 15,800 square-foot main house has eight bedrooms, 14 full bathrooms, dual chefs kitchens and a movie theater. The manicured grounds boast a Cotswold-style stone cottage, stables, a tennis court and pool — not to mention an outdoor chess set. [WSJ]

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