A Wall Street Couple Is Selling Their Connecticut Home With An Indoor Lacrosse Turf For $US10.85 Million

The
Wall Street Journal reportsthat former investment banker Joseph Zimmel and his wife Alison Blood, a former Wall Streeter, are selling their Connecticut compound for $US10.85 million.

They bought the seven-bedroom home features an indoor basketball court, an indoor lacrosse turf, heated pool/hot tub and an indoor movie theatre.

The couple bought the place back in July for $US10.65 million.

However, they only have one child left at home since the others have gone away to school in other states, the report said.

Houlihan Lawrence in Greenwich has the listing.

This stone manor compound was built in 2006. It sits on 2.47 acres.

Another angle of the house's facade.

The compound features a guest house and pool cabana.

Here's a shot of the heated pool. There's also a hot tub.

The foyer is beautiful.

Here's the kitchen. There's a pizza oven and a bonfire pit outside.

The rooms are bright and airy.

Shown here is the wood-paneled library.

There's plenty of closet space.

There are 11.5 bathrooms.

There's an 18-seat movie theatre in the home.

There's an indoor turf field with a lacrosse goal. There's also a basketball court.

The landscaping is stunning, too.

Now let's meet some top lacrosse players on Wall Street...

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