Former AOL CEO lists Greenwich mansion for $26.75M

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Mar.March 04, 2020 12:57 PM

AOL’s former chief executive is selling his Greenwich mansion for $26.75 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Tim Armstrong and his wife built the approximately 11,400-square-foot waterfront home after purchasing the two-acre property for $10.4 million back in 2008. They’re selling it because their three kids have grown up and they plan to construct a new home in the area. The six-bedroom home recently made a cameo in the HBO show “Billions,” standing in for a character’s Greenwich home. Houlihan Lawrence’s Doron Sabag and Jim Hoffman have the listing. [WSJ]


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