Formerly, the home of business mogul, Sidney Frank, this £27m ($34m) mansion is a car lover’s dream – complete with a 30-car garage under the property.
Best known for securing the importing rights to Jagermeister, and creating Grey Goose vodka, the billionaire’s 10-bedroom mansion is fit for a king.
Or the super-rich, as it were.
Boasting 17,878 sq ft, the mansion contains 16 bathrooms, five half bathrooms, a library, a gym, a wine cellar, and two pools.
Situated on 19 acres of land, the home offers luxury and privacy among its manicured lawns and mature hydrangeas, offering a stunning setting for any garden party.
Upon entering the property, guests are greeted by a grand dual staircase, marble chequered floors and a grand chandelier.
The main sitting room, one of four, celebrates sleek wooden interiors, quilted sofas and a long bar, perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying a cold beer at the end of the day.
For those working from home, the private office and library feature wall-to-wall bookcases with a rolling ladder, with the desk looking onto the tranquil garden.
Adjacent to the spacious kitchen with a large central island, is a small dining room, offering 270-degree views of the grounds while you enjoy your breakfast, and a formal dining room, for special occasions.
The garage is capable of storing up to 30 cars, with an additional three-car garage on the grounds, perfect for car enthusiasts of all makes and models.
Next to the main house sits the pool house, with a separate kitchen and bathroom for guests, complete with two separate swimming pools.
The property, located in Greenwich, Connecticut, is currently listed with Brown Harris Stevens for $34m (£27m).